Albania striker Armando Broja has signed a new six-year contract at Chelsea.
The 20-year-old enjoyed an impressive loan spell at Southampton last season and was the subject of transfer interest from Everton, Newcastle and West Ham over the summer.
However, a move away never materialised and he has now committed his future to the Blues, penning a new deal until 2028 on Friday.
Speaking to Chelsea's club channels, Broja said: "I’m lost for words really just thinking about it. It’s the club I’ve dreamed of playing for my whole life, the club that I support and the club that I love. I’ve been here since I was a boy so it’s a surreal feeling for me and my family.
"To be able to put on the blue shirt with the first team is a dream come true. It's amazing every minute that you get to play on the pitch because this is one of the biggest clubs in the world.
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"There’s always competition and everyone wants to play so I’m just happy that I have the opportunity to be a part of it. Hopefully I get to play a lot of matches and be a part of the team’s success."
Chelsea chairman Todd Boehly added: "We are delighted Armando has committed to Chelsea. He is a young and exciting striker and a big part of our plans moving forward."