Jack Grealish will sign a new deal at Aston Villa, according to a report in the Telegraph.
The youngster had been linked with a move away from Villa Park, with some of the biggest clubs across England reportedly interested, but the signs are that he sees his future with the Midlands side.
Grealish has attracted attention after a series of stellar performances off the substitutes' bench and he is widely regarded as the hottest prospect to come through at the club in some time.
So far he still hasn't been given a regular starting role, but at 19-years-of-age he has plenty of time to develop and he clearly believes Villa is a good environment for him.
He will reportedly sign a new four-year-contract, worth £20,000-a-week, to fend off any interest in his services from other clubs.
So far Grealish's talents have been most on display when he was on loan at Notts County.
The tricky winger impressed all watchers last season, as he tore apart League One with his natural skill in possession and it was this form which meant that Villa fans have taken such an interest in him.
The atmosphere raises at Villa Park raises when he comes on to the pitch, and there can be no doubts about the support he is getting.
Grealish will join Gabriel Agbonlahor in signing a new long-term deal with Paul Lambert's side this season, in another positive bit of news for the side who have made a good start to the campaign.
The Irish born star will now be aiming to earn a more regular starting role in the team and he will be hoping to celebrate his new deal with an appearance against Everton when Villa return from the international break.