Bogusz joined Leeds from Ruch Chorzow back in January 2019 and the attacking midfielder later earned high praise from team-mate and Polish compatriot Mateusz Klich who said Bogusz would probably end up a better player than him.
Still only 18 years old, Bogusz made his first team debut last August in the EFL Cup clash against Stoke City and played 20 times for the Under-23s throughout the 2019/20 campaign
After continuing to feature in the first team matchday squad on several occasions, Bogusz then made his league debut for the Whites in the season finale 4-0 win at home to Charlton Athletic when coming on as a 73rd-minute substitute.
Bogusz, a Poland under-21s international, told Polish media last month that he would head out on loan after signing a new deal.
The attacking midfielder will turn 19 a week on Saturday.
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Thank you Laura Collins