Wonderkid duo Dave Millington and Tony Cooke have both agreed to new long-term deals at Bradford Park Avenue today.
It's been a long time coming for the pair who play in the first-team. Just last season Millington went on loan to both Birtley Town in the county leagues and Sky Bet League Two outfit Newport County.
The central midfielder has become well-known due to his set-piece talent, with the 19-year-old scoring many free-kicks during his time in the Bradford PA development teams and other teams as well.
Millington signed his first scholar contract at the club in March 2017, when Avenue were battling it out for promotion from the National League. He had made no first-team appearances for his parent club until this season in the Championship where he has made five appearances, picking up an average rating of 6.86 according to statistics on Prozone.
The Bradford-born midfielder signed a new deal today tying him down at the club until June 2022 - a three-year deal.
He spoke to the local press regarding his new deal: 'I am delighted to be able to say that I am staying at the club for the foreseeable future. The experience I've had under coaches at this club are experiences I won't get anywhere else for sure.
'The club keeps on expanding and growing further and further. I am extremely happy that the boss is beginning to select me in Championship fixtures and I will continue to play at my best for the club.' Millington said.
With interest coming in from the likes of Liverpool and Aston Villa in the most recent transfer window, it was a main aim for Chabukiani to begin contract talks with extremely talented left-back Tony Cooke.
With the England Under-21 international making his way into the first-team last season in League One following the exit of Anthony Breslin to Wolves, he made his claim to Adam Chabukiani loud and clear with some excellent performances down the left flank.
Cooke has had to contest the left-back spot with Mexican star Miguel Layún and has done brilliantly to achieve eleven appearances this season in all competitions.
Cooke signs a new four-year deal with Avenue which keeps him at the club until June 2023, earning £700 per week, with bonuses and some clauses which could potentially trigger a pay rise for the 18-year-old.
The deals today goes to show how much Chabukiani values his younger assets as well as his more senior players, with the Georgian seeing the current batch of youngsters as Bradford Park Avenue's saviour in the upcoming years.