By ALex Stevens

Celtic sensation Calvin Miller has signed a new three-year contract with the club, it was announced on Tuesday afternoon.

The 18-year-old forward put pen to paper on a new deal at Celtic Park on Tuesday after agreeing terms with the Scottish champions.

Miller will be looking to push his way into the first-team plans of new manager Brendan Rodgers after an impressive season for Tommy McIntyre’s development squad.

The Castlemilk-reared teenager has been at the club since the age of 12 and has worked his way up through the youth ranks at the Academy to become one of the brightest prospects in the development side.

He took to Twitter on Tuesday to reveal his delight at penning a new Celtic deal.

Miller has yet to make his first-team bow but was included in the matchday squad for the final day of the season s the Hoops rounded off five-in-a-row with a stunning 7-0 victory over Motherwell.

Miller, who is a Scotland Under-17 international, was also part of the side that won the SPFL Development League title without losing a single match this season, with his goals from the wings and up front playing a crucial role in the championship success.

In other Celtic news, the club are in pole position to land a Liverpool all-time after a recommendation from Rodgers.