Cesc Fabregas's agent has revealed that the Arsenal starlet signed a new long-term contract with the Premiership club on Wednesday that ties him to Emirates Stadium until 2014.
The Spanish midfield gem has quickly established
himself as the focal point of Wenger's next great project in North London - emerging from Patrick Vieira's shadow to take on the number four shirt with great authority - and as such the club have moved to ensure their fates remain entwined.
Still only 19, Fabregas has already made over 100 appearances for The Gunners since joining from Barcelona in 2003 and was linked with a move to Spanish titans Real Madrid over the summer after shining during the World Cup finals.
However the precociously gifted Catalan has now penned an improved eight-year deal at Emirates Stadium to commit his long-term future to his mentor and manager Wenger.
Confirming that the contract has been signed, Fabregas's agent Joseba Diaz reflected on a 'fantastic' arrangement for both club and player.
"It is a fabulous contract for the player and also for the club," Diaz told Sport.
"This is the word that best describes this contract.
"Cesc feels very contented with how much Arsenal value him and in the knowledge that the Arsenal of the future is going to revolve around him."
In his short time in North London, Fabregas has set new records for being the club's youngest ever player and youngest ever goalscorer, and with the confirmation of his contract being ratified the young Spaniard can now look to push on and continue his stellar rise under Wenger's watchful eye.