Clyde midfielder Craig Bryson has signed a new two-year deal with the Scottish First Division leaders.
Bryson was player of the year with East Kilbride Thistle
The 17-year-old has become a first-team regular after breaking into the side this season and paid tribute to his time on loan to East Kilbride Thistle.
Bryson told Clyde's website: "I really enjoyed my time there. The management team of John Brogan and Ian Penman helped improve my positional play.
"I feel that I am now a stronger and better player for that experience."
Bryson had survived a cull of Clyde's Under-19 side last season by former player-manager Alan Kernaghan, who accused many of them of not applying themselves properly.
His subsequent time in junior football led to him being voted East Kilbride's young player of the year.