West Coast have announced the singing of four of the club's young players, with Jack Petruccelle, Xavier O'Neill, Harry Edwards and Luke Foley all signing new deals with the club.

Petruccelle has penned a new deal with the Eagles that will see him remain with the club until the end of the 2023 season.

O'Neill and Foley have both signed on for 2021 after making their debuts this season while Edwards has singed a two-year contract extension.

Petruccelle only played the three games for the Eagles this season after being sidelined with a hamstring injury.

West Coast list manager Darren Glass commended the speedster's efforts to persevere through many challenges.

“It was obviously frustrating for Jack to miss a large chunk of the season while he recovered from a serious hamstring issue, but he worked through that and won back his spot towards the end of the year,” he told westcoasteagles.com.au.

“We have seen some really exciting signs from Jack across his three seasons at the club and look forward to him continuing his development.”

Glass touched on the club's recent draft hauls and congratulated Foley, O'Neill and Edwards on their commitment to the club.

“We were thrilled to see Xavier, Harry and Luke play their first games this season. All of our 2017 and ’18 draftees have been exposed to senior football, which is great for their development,” Glass said.

“Xavier shows plenty of promise as one of our next generation of midfielders, while Luke will take plenty away from playing against North Melbourne in round 18.

“Harry unfortunately suffered concussion early in his first match but showed some good signs prior to that and we are excited to see what he can do as his body matures and he continues to develop.

“They will no doubt use that experience to drive their careers forward and we are looking forward to watching them continue to grow next year.”

The quartet of signings add to the announcements of Andrew Gaff, Josh Kennedy, Shannon Hurn and Jake Waterman all singing new contract with the club last week.