The club can confirm Reegan Mimnaugh has put pen to paper on a brand new deal that will see an additional two years at Hamilton for the Cleland youngster.
The academy graduate made his debut in 2019 at Celtic Park coming off the bench as a substitute and has since gone on to make 25 Accies appearances so far for the club at the age of only 19 years old.
Speaking exclusively to the clubs website, Mimnaugh said: “I’m delighted to commit my future to Hamilton and I know what it takes to play for this football club.
“I’ve come through the ranks here, I’ve had plenty of good memories but it’s all about working harder and really getting the best out of myself so that I can reward the club for the faith they’ve put in me.”
Mimnaugh initially made his name in the 2017/18 u18s squad that went their whole season undefeated leading them to UEFA Youth League football the following season when the Accies youngsters knocked out Swiss giants FC Basel to progress to the next round against Danish side FC Midtjylland.
Academy Director, George Cairns added: “Reegan’s a hard worker and doesn’t shy away from any challenge that comes his way. I’ve worked with him since he arrived at our Academy and it’s credit to himself how hard he’s worked to earn himself a place in the first team squad.
“For now it’s all about Reegan pushing for more minutes and continuing to impress with his effort in training and in return that brings healthy competition for selection.”