Four of Gillingham's youth players have completed the formalities on new pro deals with the club.
TJ Bramble, Miguel Scarlett, Roman Campbell and goalkeeper Joe Walsh have all put pen to paper to become professionals with the club.
Walsh, who has been part of the England youth set-up, tweeted: “Happy to sign my first professional deal with The Gills. Looking forward to the next three years.”
Scarlett spent time on loan with Sheppey United last season and said: “Great way to finish off the season by signing my first professional contract. Big thanks to everyone who’s helped along the way.”
Bramble has played international football for Antigua & Barbuda and said he was “buzzing”, adding: “A massive thank you to everyone that has helped me and supported me so far.”
The Gills have also sealed a deal with young forward Roman Campbell who impressed on loan at Sittingbourne last season.
Gillingham, meanwhile, will have new kit manufacturers from next season.
The club will no longer produce their own shirts in Sri Lanka and have instead agreed to wear kits made by Macron.
It’s a decision made by chief executive Tom Lawrence and fully backed by the club chairman Paul Scally.
Mr Scally said: “I would like to thank our friends in Sri Lanka for all their efforts over the past years.”