Somerset have given young paceman Adam Dibble a new two-year contract.
Academy graduate Dibble signed his first deal with the club in 2009 and has now committed until 2013.
The 20-year-old made his Championship debut against Nottinghamshire in July, where he finished with figures of 1-85 off 20 overs.
"This is really good news for me because I want to play my cricket here and keep progressing," Dibble told the club website.
"Two years gives me a little bit of security so I will be looking to push on now. I think I have got a lot of potential and I will be looking to go on and fulfil that."
Dibble has been named in the squad for the Division One game against Yorkshire, which starts on Wednesday.
"It's good to be in the first team squad again and hopefully I will get another chance and I will certainly take it so I'm pretty excited about it," he added.
"I have done all I can in the seconds, I have performed pretty well and taken wickets so I'm knocking on the door and can't do anymore."