Paris Saint-Germain's teenage forward Hervin Ongenda has extended his contract until June 2017, the Ligue 1 leaders announced on Tuesday.
The 18-year-old French youth international follows veteran goalkeeper Nicolas Douchez, 33, who extended his contract on Monday until 2015.
"I want to continue my career at Paris Saint-Germain, a great European club where I came through the youth ranks and in which I want to play a role in the very ambitious project," said Ongenda in a statement released by the club.
Ongenda has played in seven matches this season with PSG and scored in the Champions Trophy win against Bordeaux at the beginning of the campaign.
"We're very happy that Hervin Ongenda has chosen to continue his career with us because he represents the future," said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.