Liverpool teenager Suso is on the verge of signing a new, improved contract at Anfield.
The 18-year-old, who has broken into the first team this season, is set to complete the deal before the weekend.
"He will sign a new contract later which shows our commitment to him and shows he is very happy here and feels he has hope, which is important," manager Brendan Rodgers said.
The Spain U-19 international made his first-team debut in September's UEFA Europa League victory over Young Boys and made his first Premier League start nine days later.
With surgery on a fractured foot ruling out forward Fabio Borini for up to three months, Suso is expected to get more first-team opportunities.
"I have been really impressed. He is a good boy and very keen to learn," Rodgers added. "He is a wonderful technician, he's very bright and a thinking player - which I like.
"He needs to add goals to his game but obviously when you are a young player coming into the team you are really just trying to settle in.
"But for him he is very creative and he works very hard. He's done very well; there is a long way to go but he's shown excellent promise."