A trio of homegrown talents at Carshalton Athletic have been rewarded with contracts securing their future with the club until 2016.

Twenty-year old midfielder Sean O’Toole and forward Tommy Bradford, 19, have signed extensions to their current deals, while 19-year old midfielder Mickel Miller’s explosive start to his debut season has seen him accept a recent contract offer.

Chairman Paul Dipre said: “These three have bright futures, most likely at a higher level of the game in the future, and we will continue to do our best to nurture them over the next couple of years.

"All three are capable of becoming professional players so if a right move ever does come up then we’d certainly encourage them to consider it.”

Bradford, since making his debut in 2011, has just crept over the 100-appearance mark as a Robin and scored 19 goals to date.

O’Toole made his 65th appearance against Walton & Hersham last Saturday, and has chipped in with five goals in total, while Miller is currently the club’s top goalscorer in his debut season with seven.

“I’m happy to sign again with Carshalton Athletic,” said O’Toole.

“I’ve been with the club since I was 15 and it’s really helped me develop as a player. We’ve hit some good form lately and I want to help try and bring success here.”