WANDERERS have given their football-starved fans a timely boost with the news that four of the club’s top young players have been given their first professional deals.

Callum King-Harmes, Adam Senior, Sonny Graham and Matty Alexander have all signed one-year deals to stay with the Whites next season.

The club remain in talks with Ronan Darcy – and confirmation of the four deals is not understood to be linked to the progress of his negotiations with the club.

Wanderers are still hopeful of agreeing a new deal with the midfielder despite interest in his services from elsewhere.

King-Harmes has made seven first team appearances this season, making his debut on the opening day against Wycombe Wanderers.

Lifelong Wanderers fan Senior has played four times and been in and around Keith Hill’s first team for the majority of the campaign.

Sonny Graham, 17, has gained the most experience of the quartet, and now has 18 first team appearances under his belt.

But Alexander has also come on leaps and bounds after keeping a clean sheet on his debut against Coventry City and has been understudy to Remi Matthews for the majority of the season.