The highly-rated winger signed for Blackpool in August 2011 for an undisclosed fee from Liverpool.
While at Liverpool, Ince was sent out on loan to Notts County, where he teamed up with his dad, who was manager at the time.
Biding his time to make his mark at Bloomfield Road, Ince scored his first goals for the club in a victory over Doncaster Rovers and ended the season as a regular in the side, with his goal in the Championship Play-off final highlighting his rise.
Last season his continued development was there for all to see, with the winger scoring 18 goals and providing 14 for his team-mates. Now a fully-fledged England U-21 international, he is the current Johnstone's Paint Young Player of the Year in The Football League and also picked up a hatful of awards at Blackpool's end of season awards night.