The 19-year-old joined the Bluebirds on a trial period with the club’s U21 side three weeks ago and made a telling impact coming off the bench in an encounter with Forest Green Rovers.
Despite only playing five minutes, the imposing defender immediately struck a chord with the supporters as he duly obliged to their demands of performing the 'Ayatollah', a renowned Cardiff routine.
Blaise has subsequently performed well in training, prompting boss Russell Slade to offer the youngster a two-year contract and a chance to shine in the club’s development squad, as per the BBC.
Clearly a big step in his young career, Blaise took to social networking site Twitter in order to share his delight at signing his first ever professional contract with the Welsh outfit.
Despite the positivity and ensuing commotion surrounding his impact, it’s highly unlikely that Cardiff’s new recruit will feature in the Championship this season, given his lack of footballing experience.
Slade has a tough job on his hands after his arrival did little to alter the club’s disappointing run of form last season.
A big improvement and a playoff push will be expected this time around.