FRED Onyedinma has followed a number of academy products in committing his future to the club.
The attacking midfielder, who won’t turn 19 until November, has signed a new two-year deal with the Lions taking him up to the summer of 2017.
Onyedinma spent much of last season on loan at Wycombe where he scored eight goals in 25 League Two appearances to help them to the play-off final.
He was an unused sub at Wembley where the Chairboys lost 7-6 on penalties to Southend.
Millwall boss Neil Harris has made retaining the club’s promising young players his priority and confirmation of Onyedinma’s deal follows those of John Marquis, Aiden O’Brien and Sid Nelson.
Gareth Ainsworth, his boss at Wycombe, said of Onyedinma in January: “Fred doesn’t know how good he is. That’s his huge trait. He’s such a humble guy and I’m so pleased for him, how it’s going.”
Here are some of Onyedinma's strikes for Wycombe last season: