Young Carlton forward Harry McKay has pencilled a two-year contract extension.
The 20-year-old will stick with the Blues until the end of 2021 after committing to an extension.
It comes after an impressive 2018 season, cementing his place in Carlton's forward line and kicking 21 goals from 13 games to finish second in the club's goal kicking.
He told Carlton's website he was looking forward to the years ahead.
“We’re a tight knit playing group and I want to be working hard alongside these boys to bring success to our club once again,” he said.
“Seeing so many of the boys re-sign this year is a clear sign that we want to stick together and do everything we possibly can for our members and supporters, to make this next era an exciting one for us all.
“I know I still have a lot of hard work ahead of me to get to where I want to be as a player and that will be my focus in 2019 – to continue to learn as much as I can from the coaches and my teammates so that I can take that next step in my career.”
McKay was selected with pick 10 in the 2015 AFL draft.