Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has agreed a new four-year deal with the club.
The 18-year-old only made his first-team debut in February, but enjoyed a meteoric rise over the closing months of the campaign, culminating in a record-breaking goal on his England debut yesterday.
[post_ad]His form has now been recognised by United, and the two parties have agreed on a £25,000-a-week contract that will take him through to 2020.
The new deal represents a significant rise from his old salary of £1,500 a week and suggests that the youngster is in the plans of new United boss Jose Mourinho.
Rashford will now turn his attention to Euro 2016, with Roy Hodgson set to name his final 23-man squad for the tournament by May 31.