Lewis Moore has extended his contract with Hearts by two years.
The winger, whose deal was up this summer, has committed his future to the club and will remain at Tynecastle until 2022.
The 21-year-old Hearts Academy graduate made his first team debut in 2016 before spending time on loan at Cowdenbeath, Forfar Athletic and Falkirk.
He turned in a string of impressive performances for the Jambos in 2019/20, taking his total appearances in a maroon shirt to 26.
Meanwhile, four of the club’s young reserve and under 18s players have also extended their contracts.
Scott McGill has penned a two-year extension, Leeroy Makovora has signed a one-year deal while Mackenzie Lawler and Jay Sandison have both extended their contracts until January 2021.