By: Hibernian Media on 07 Nov, 2018 12:00
Jamie Gullan and Josh Campbell have both signed contract extensions with Hibernian, keeping them at the club until 2022.
Both the players, who have progressed through the Hibernian Youth Academy, have been regular features in the Hibernian Development Squad over the past few seasons.
Jamie, who has two first team appearances to his name, spoke of his delight at putting pen to paper on the deal and aiming to continue progressing over the duration of the contract and remain involved at senior level at the club.
The 19-year-old said: “I was over the moon to sign the deal. I think I’ve been doing alright this season and feel like I’ve progressed quite well. When I got the call and was offered the deal I was delighted.
“I am aiming to keep being involved in the first team and keep taking my chances when they come and see where I go from there.
“Hopefully I can keep progressing and improving throughout the four years of the deal.”
Josh, who is a versatile player and has played in the centre of defence, midfield and up front for the Development Squad, was also pleased to have extended his stay at Hibernian until 2022.
He credits his development to learning from the coaches such as Eddie May, Grant Murray, Lee Makel and Colin Nish, and the 18-year-old is focusing on continuing to work hard to achieve his goals with the club.
He said: “I am delighted to have signed the contract extension. I am just surrounded by the right people here. The coaches all know what they are doing and there is a good bunch of lads here as well.
“It’s great being here because you get little tips and learn from everyone like Eddie, Grant, Lee, Nishy and the other coaches too, they all help you further your game.
“My goals are to get into the first-team squad and to get into the Scotland squad. It will take a lot of hard work as it’s a big squad here and the national team are doing well, but I’m prepared to do it to achieve my goals.”
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