Teenage striker Flynn McNaughton has signed a first professional contract with York City.
The seventeen-year-old Scarborough-born prospect progressed through from the youth-team into senior football last season, finishing as leading goalscorer for both the Under-18s and the reserves.
He made his first-team debut when coming on as a substitute during the 1-1 draw with Chorley at the end of March, in the process becoming the 1,000th player to represent the Minstermen since originally entering the Football League in 1929.
Fellow youngsters Harry Thompson and Josh Rogerson also recently signed first deals at Bootham Crescent having progressed in similar fashion.
York’s revised first-team squad now stands at twenty players, including five new signings since the end of last season, with striker Louis Almond still to commit to their next campaign.