Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow has signed a new four year contract with the club, the BBC understands.
The 23 year has become manager Billy Davies first choice keeper, despite the club bringing in experienced former Wolverhampton Wanderers and Swansea City shot-stopper Dorus De Vries in the summer.
Darlow broke into the Forest first team last season following Lee Camp’s exit from the club, and helped the side achieve an eighth place finish, just one point short of the play-offs.
His three clean sheets in the first three games of this season has helped fire the two-time European Champions to the top of the Championship as the only side to hold a 100% record in the division.
He came through the Nottingham Forest Academy in 2010, and was set out of loan first to Newport County, and then to Walsall on two occasions having made just one substitute appearance for the Reds.