GARY FRASER is confident there is plenty more to come from him next season after committing his future to Partick Thistle.

As revealed in SportTimes yesterday, the midfielder has put pen to paper on an extended deal that will see him remain at Firhill until May 2017.

It has been a rapid rise to prominence for Fraser, who agreed a deal with Bolton following his release from Hamilton Accies last season and moved to Thistle on loan before signing a permanent move in January.

The 19-year-old was a key part of the Jags squad that retained their place in the SPFL Premiership for next season, with his superb strike in the 4-2 win over Hearts in the penultimate 90 minutes undoubtedly the highlight of his first season at Firhill.

Fraser follows midfield partner Stuart Bannigan in committing his long-term future to Alan Archibald's team this summer and admits he is loving life in red and yellow as he sets his sights higher.

He said: "It is brilliant [at Thistle]. I have enjoyed the season that I have spent here and I want to stay for longer.

"I want to stay in the team and help us push for the top six. Hopefully I can remain in the team as well and score goals.

"I have improved massively this season. Even the way I prepare before games and the way I do things, I feel I have matured.

"There is still a lot to come from me and I think I have yet to reach the level I know that I can play at.

"I want to add more goals to my game and get better with each game that I play.

"We deserve to be [in the Premiership] so everyone is happy.

"It was great knowing we didn't have to come back for the play-offs."