Worcestershire youngster Tom Kohler-Cadmore has extended his contract with the county until the end of the 2016 season.
The 20-year-old had another year to run on his existing deal but has been rewarded for his breakthrough campaign with a further extension.
Kohler-Cadmore joins Joe Leach, Chris Russell, Tom Fell and Ben Cox in committing his future to the New Road club for the 2015 and 2016 seasons during the past fortnight.
A record-breaking haul of 1409 runs for Malvern College during 2013 and impressive pre-season form won Kohler-Cadmore a spot in Worcestershire’s side at the start of this summer.
Kohler-Cadmore dropped back into the second XI and showed character to win his place back, while the right-hander also produced some impressive cameos in the NatWest T20 Blast.
Worcestershire director of cricket Steve Rhodes said: "Like Tom Fell, we honestly believe we have got a player with a bright future with Tom Kohler-Cadmore. These guys are not just talented batters but are quite clued into cricket and they are learning about the game all of the time.
"One thing about Tom Kohler-Cadmore is that he is a real student of cricket. He loves his practice, loves his preparation. He is excellent with his off-the-field preparation.
"He is training harder and harder and will be a very hungry run-scorer in all forms of cricket. He has already played well in T20 cricket and has come back into the side in four-day cricket and has done that on the back of some good performances."
Kohler-Cadmore added: “I was pleased to sign for an additional year and everything this season is all part of a big learning curve for me.
"When I went out of the side, I felt that I could play at the level but every time I went out to bat, I was putting more and more pressure on myself and thinking too much.
"You just want to do well every game and then, when you've not done well for a couple of games, you think 'come on I've got to get some runs.
"I got back in at Leicester and I thought just relax, take it easy and do my processes instead of getting tense about things.
"I got my first championship half-century in that game and I tried to keep that approach going, trying to be a bit more patient in my innings, giving myself a chance to have a look instead of trying to go early and whack it over the top.”