Caoimhin Kelleher has signed a new long-term contract at Liverpool.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper is seeing his impressive progress at senior level rewarded.
Kelleher has become a full international with the Republic of Ireland.
She is also gracing Premier League and Champions League fixtures at club level.
His path to regular first-team football at Anfield is blocked by Brazil star Alisson.
But the Reds are eager to ensure that they remain the ones to benefit from his long-term potential.
Kelleher oh his new contract
Kelleher has told Liverpool’s official website of committing to fresh terms.
“I am happy to get it over the line and finally done.”
“It was in the pipeline for a few months with negotiations and stuff, so I am delighted to get it done.”
“For me, it was a positive moment to commit my future to the club for the next few years.”
“It’s such a big club and it’s an honour to be a part of it.”
“So when I got the chance to sign for a few more years I was obviously delighted.”
“I just want to keep my progress going at the club, really.”
Kelleher has seen a loan move mooted for 2021-22.
This is because experienced back-up keeper Adrian has also committed to a new 12-month deal.
But it is more likely he will be the club’s main deputy for Alisson.
He spent more time on the treatment table last season than he would have liked.
But Champions League and Premier League debuts were taken in with clean sheets picked up on both of those outings.