Relegated Tigers believe Caribbean flyer could make an impact in the Championship next season.
Hull City have agreed a new deal with young winger Calaum Jahraldo-Martin, HITC Sport understands.
The 22-year-old has agreed an initial 12-month extension, HITC Sport has learned from a club source and Hull are fully expecting him to make an impact on the first-team this coming season.
Jahraldo-Martin was snapped up by Hull from non-league Dulwich Hamlet in 2013, and he has made a handful of first-team appearances for the club.
Hull enjoyed two loan spell last season with Tranmere Rovers and then earlier this year with Scottish side Alloa Athletic, and he has returned to East Yorkshire happy to have been handed a new deal.
HITC Sport understands that Hull boss Steve Bruce is hoping the Caribbean winger will push for a first-team spot, following their relegation from the top-flight. Hull are currently 9/4 favourites with SkyBet for promotion to the Premier League.
Jahraldo-Martin is also a full international as he has ten caps for Antigua and Barbuda.