Goalkeeper Muntari Tagoe has signed a three-year deal with Medeama, the club announced on Friday.
The 19-year-old has signed will now remain at Tarkwa until 2016.
The deal represents a further display of trust from coach Augustine Evans Adotey.
“He is a goalkeeper who has been impressing for a long time,” Medeama Chief Executive James told the club’s official website.
“He’s doing really well at Tarkwa and I’m pleased that he’s signed a new deal with us.”
The former Great Olympics shot-stopper is currently second-choice keeper behind Foli Adade but is tipped for a big future at Medeama.