Northern Ireland international Conor Bradley has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool.
The teenager, who joined the Reds from Dungannon Swifts in 2019, made his senior international bow in the 3-0 friendly win against Malta in May.
Since his move to Merseyside the 18-year-old has made brilliant progress in the Premier League giant’s Academy system.
News of the new deal was published on Liverpool FC's official website today.
Posting on his Instagram page this afternoon Conor wrote: "Proud to sign a new contract with @liverpoolfc, hard work continues!"
Bradley spent most of last season with the club's U23s and netted his first goal at Premier League 2 level against West Ham United in March. He also played in the Liverpool U18s team which made it all the way to the FA Youth Cup final.
The attacking right-back is currently in Austria with Jurgen Klopp’s pre-season squad, having played in a friendly game against VfB Stuttgart last week.
Conor is a graduate of the Irish FA’s JD Club NI programme.
Details of the duration of the contract have not been specified.