Bristol City have offered professional contracts to five players.
Aaron Holloway, Henry Muggeridge, Lewis Carey, Joe Bryan and Bobby Reid will all be part of a development squad next season, having enjoyed a successful progression through the club's youth ranks.
"I'm absolutely delighted that they have been offered professional terms," academy manager John Clayton told the club's official website.
"All of them deserve the opportunity to go up and work with the first-team players. Bobby Reid and Lewis Carey have already been training with the full squad in recent weeks and have impressed the management team.
"I am very excited about their progress and wish them all the best with their careers ahead."
City boss Keith Millen added: "They've all worked so hard and fully deserve this chance. I look forward to working with them all next season."