The news has finally been confirmed - Ryan and Steven Sessegnon have both signed their first professional deals at Fulham .
In an era where young stars move to top Premier League clubs at early ages, sign huge deals and spend the next three years of their development on the bench or in the U23s, firstly it's so refreshing to see these two 17-year-olds continue their trade at Fulham.
While Steven hasn't made a first team appearance yet, something that could well probably change this season, Ryan has been a whirlwind since making his debut against Leyton Orient last August, making 30 appearances and scoring seven goals.
If you've been following my coverage of Fulham this season, you'll know exactly what I think about that, a then 16-year-old making experience Championship and Premier League players look like schoolboys, it's just ridiculous.
The world is now at this young man's feet.
Slavisa Jokanovic put faith in him last season, when other managers would be scared or apprehensive about playing such a young man in the Championship, and Ryan has flourished under his watch.
He has a season under his belt now at the tender age of 17, and although he will still need to be managed carefully by the coaching staff, I can't wait to see what he does this season.
A year wiser, a year's more experience and a first professional deal - the Championship is Ryan's world and we've all got the privilege to be in it.
While on the subject, both Ryan and Steven have shown extreme maturity in signing this deal - there was interest in the pair of them, with Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester United etc etc courting Ryan for what has seemed like an age, it would've been easy to head off to such a big name.
But these two aren't like other youngsters, they have mature heads on them, a solid, humble grounding and good people behind the scenes, all things needed to make a real success of themselves.
One day, both the Sessegnon twins will leave Fulham, their future is intertwined with Champions League matches at the Nou Camp, Bernabeu and San Siro and World Cups with England.
But that is not this day, nor any day in the near future, and I'm looking forward to watching the pair of them in the white shirts of Fulham at the Cottage this season.
It will be an exciting season, with Fulham challenging for promotion to the Premier League under the guidance of Jokanovic, and the Sessegnon twins rise to stardom will add an extra layer that all Fulham fans will take great pride in watching.