Manchester United will hand Tom Lawrence a new deal to stop him from leaving the club on a free transfer in the summer.
Lawrence was afforded the opportunity of starting Manchester United's final home game of the season against Hull City on Tuesday as Ryan Giggs was keen to give his youth players a chance to shine.
And shine they did as Lawrence looked lively on the left wing - while James Wilson bagged two goals on his first-team debut.
The Daily Telegraph believe both Lawrence and Wilson will be offered fresh terms in the summer.
Manchester United will have to move quickly if they are going to extend Lawrence's stay at Old Trafford as the Welshman is free to speak to clubs at the end of the season.
The 20-year-old, who has progressed through the ranks at Manchester United, enjoyed a loan spell at Yeovil Town before returning to Old Trafford on April 30.
Manchester United's decision to offer Lawrence a new deal is likely to have been taken by a combination of interim manager Giggs, chief executive Ed Woodward and development team boss Warren Joyce.