Haji Mnoga is delighted to have committed his future to Pompey for another three seasons.
The teenage defender put pen to paper on a new deal with the club before securing a deadline day loan switch to Bromley until January.
He has already made 13 appearances for the club and opened his goal account at Cheltenham in the Papa John’s Trophy last season.
And despite his temporary departure, Mnoga is confident that he has a bright future at Fratton Park.
He said: “It means a lot to me because I’ve been here since I was really young and come all the way through the academy.
“I’ve always wanted to be a professional footballer with Pompey and to get the chance to stay here at my boyhood club is an honour.
"It means a lot to me because I’ve been here since I was really young and come all the way through the academy."
“My family are from Portsmouth and so it’s a big thing for me and I’m definitely looking to play first team football here.
“Every team I put the shirt on, I try to play with pride and give 100 per cent. That’s all I can do at the end of the day.”
Mnoga is hoping to get plenty out of his loan switch to Bromley, who compete in the National League.
He said: “I’m looking forward to it because it gives me a chance to perform well and have people from the club see me play.
“It sets me up well for the next stage of my career. It’s a big thing for me to get out and gain some experience.
“I have to learn from any mistakes quickly because that’s going to help me develop into a better player.”