No pressure on Leeds United's latest recruit to become a star...
Leeds United have finally tied down talented teenager Ronaldo Vieira, signing the youngster to a two year scholarship.
The superbly named youngster featured for the under-18s at the end of last season, and has also made appearances for the under-21 side.
He was invited back to the club this season after a successful trial, but there was no commitment from the club until this point.
The winger is now a fully fledged part of the academy, and his progress will be one to keep an eye on.
He even played for the first team in pre-season, coming on as a substitute in a 3-0 victory over Tadcaster Albion.
In the academy he will get the opportunity to learn from Paul Hart, who returned to the club earlier this month, having overseen the development of players like Paul Robinson and Jonathan Woodgate back in the 1990s.
Amazingly he has a twin brother named after another famous Brazilian, called Romario Vieira, who is also attempting to make his way as a footballer, and plays for York City's academy.