The 19-year-old is now contracted to Derby until 2018.
Derby County Head Coach Steve McClaren says he's also proud of the fans, who have been 'superb all season'.
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Half-Time: (0-0) #DCFCvQPR
Derby County are level with QPR at half-time, in a goalless game so far.
Both sides are struggling to gain a foothold and impose themselves on the game, with very little in front of goal so far.
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Derby County's Will Hughes has had a penalty claim turned down, as he cut into the penalty area and gave the QPR defence some problems with his quick turn of foot.
The Rams are beginning to impose themselves on game as they look to gain an advantage in the tie before half-time.
QPR though are looking dangerous on the counter-attack, with Junior Hoilett causing the Rams defence some problems.
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The opening fifteen minutes has been played out without a shot on target by either side, with QPR having the majority of the possession.
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Derby County have kicked off their play-off final battle with QPR with a place in the Premier league up for grabs.
The Rams are playing in their home-kit for the encounter, whilst QPR are wearing their away strip of red and black.
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Derby County have named the same starting eleven for today's Wembley clash as they did for the second-leg of their play-off semi-final against Brighton.
The Rams team sees young maestro Will Hughes keep his place in midfield, whilst fans will also be pleased to hear Craig Bryson is fit again.
The influential Scotsman is on the bench and is available if boss Steve McClaren needs him to make an impact.