Connor Randall and Ryan Fulton sign new Liverpool contracts

Connor Randall and Ryan Fulton have signed new long-term contracts with Liverpool FC.

With the two in the travelling party for Thursday's final Europa League group stage game at FC Sion, the two put pen-to-paper on new deals at Melwood.

Duo sign contract extensions to commit future to club

Right-back Randall made his debut under Jürgen Klopp two months ago having been an unused substitute on European duty earlier in the season and has since become a valuable back-up to Nathaniel Clyne

The 20-year-old was a member of the starting line-up for the Reds' stunning 6-1 win over Southampton in the Capital One Cup a week ago and is likely to fill in again this Thursday in Switzerland.

Having been with the club since the age of six, the Academy graduate - who has been a regular fixture in the under-21s over the last two years - is still awaiting his league debut but the Anfield outfit are hopeful he can break into the senior side permanently over the next few seasons.

Fulton, also a regular for Michael Beale's U21s, is yet to make his first-team debut in any capacity but has long demonstrated his abilities at youth level for the Reds.

The English-born Scotsman has been with the club since an early age and has twice been named on the substitutes' bench in recent months after being included in their pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia.

The two, who train regularly with the first-team at Melwood, have penned their futures until around 2019.

Randall delighted to sign new deal

Randall, speaking to after putting pen-to-paper, said that he is "made up" to extend his future on Merseyside and to be able to "stay here" for longer, "keep working" and "looking to improve" under Klopp.

He exclaimed that he is "delighted" and "very grateful" having been with the club for 14 years already, insisting the "goal" since his first day was to "get into the first-team, be involved and around it."

The Kirkby-born defender hailed it as a "dream come true" to be in his current situation and said he was "very pleased" for the opportunity.