Nottingham Forest supporters are pleased that Jorge Grant has committed his future to the club by signing a new contract.
Grant put pen to paper on a new long term deal at the City Ground yesterday, as reported by the BBC, and it is news which has been well received by Forest fans.
Grant has played three times for the Reds this campaign and he is tipped to have a very bright future, with many believing he can go on to become a first-team regular for the club.
Forest have seen Ben Osborn become one of their key players this season, after progressing through their youth ranks, and his development is sure to offer encouragement to players like Grant.
The 20-year-old is part of a crop of Reds youngsters who are said to be one of the more promising generations to come through at the club and his new deal is an indication of how highly the club rates him.
Dougie Freedman told the Nottingham Post soon after joining how important academy products would be to the side and it seems that the new boss is being true to his word.
Here is the best reaction to Grant's contract extension from Forest supporters on social media site Twitter.
Well done to Jorge Grant. Means Riera, Burke, Cash, Grant, Walker & Todorov are committed to the club past this season from the 21s #nffc— Grant (@Grantnffc1) February 24, 2015
A goal and a contract extension it's not been a bad day for one of our young guns Jorge grant #nffc— @forest4eversteve (@biltonsteve) February 23, 2015
Good to see the empathasis on youth development prioritised further with Jorge Grant's new contract #nffc— Dan Berridge (@DanBerridge) February 23, 2015
Nice to see players like Jorge Grant extending contracts, shows signs of loyalty and his ability looks promising #nffc— Nakeel Singh (@Infamous_Singh) February 23, 2015
Does anyone think Jorge Grant will make it into the first team soon? #nffc— Hannah Dexter (@hannahforest) February 23, 2015
Jorge Grant signs a contract extension with #nffc... these young players could have a big part to play at club in future. Good news.— Paul Taylor (@nottmtails) February 23, 2015