Newcastle's Rolando Aarons wants to extend his contract at St. James' Park.
Aarons, 19, joined Newcastle from Bristol City back in 2012, and burst on to the scene last season with goals against Crystal Palace and Manchester City early in the campaign.
However, his season was cut short due to injury, and he is now hoping to make a real impact for the Magpies over the course of this term.
The Chronicle report that Aarons is 'desperate' to impress manager Steve McClaren, and is even ready to commit his future to the club.
The report states that Newcastle initially tried to extend Aarons' contract last season, but negotiations broke down, with Aarons' representatives expecting a much bigger offer.
Now though, Aarons wants to stay at Newcastle and perfect his craft under McClaren, with talks over a new contract set to be opened in the very near future.
With pace and huge potential, a new contract for Aarons would be a huge boost for Newcastle, who need to be developing their own young talent as well as buying prospects from Europe, as they did over the summer.