Jayden Mitchell-Lawson is an energetic and skilful winger who can also cause opposition defenders plenty of problems with this technical ability.
He was an integral part of the Under-18s’ side during his two years as a scholar before stepping up to the Under-23s after signing professional terms.
The wideman, who arrived from Swindon Town in 2016 alongside Jayden Bogle, continued to show progress with the Under-23s and he went on to make his first-team debut in March 2019 as he came off the bench in a 0-0 draw at home to Stoke City under then manager Frank Lampard.
He had, before that, been an unused substitute for the first-team on a handful of occasions and regularly trained with the squad.
Capable of playing on either wing, Mitchell-Lawson will be keen to maintain his progress under new manager Phillip Cocu during the 2019/20 campaign.