Young wicketkeeper Callum Jackson has put pen to paper on a new one-year contract at Sussex.
The 19-year-old, who has progressed through the county’s academy, made his debut in all three forms this season.
He said: “I’m happy and very honoured to have signed a contract for the county I was born in.
“Sussex have a reputation for having produced a long line of wicketkeepers and that’s another thing that makes it so special. I know that this is only the start of a long journey and there is lots of work to be done.”
Professional cricket manager Mark Robinson added: “Callum showed at the back end of the season that he was comfortable in the first-team environment.
“He has a lot of hard work infront of him but with a lot of determination there is nothing to stop him having a long and successful career.”