Bradford Bulls utility player Danny Addy has signed a new two-year contract, tying him to the club until the end of the 2015 season.
The 22-year-old, who can play in the back row or at half-back, has been an ever present for the Bulls this season.
Addy told BBC Radio Leeds: "It's taken a bit of time but I'm glad that it's done and dusted now.
"I'm really pleased the club offered me two years and I can concentrate on cementing my spot in the team."
He added: "We're a really tight group and I'm sure there's some big things to come from this team. Having a lot of the same players here next season is really good and we're looking to end this season strongly.
"We're frustrated we haven't made the top eight because we set goals at the start of the season and we've lost out in some really tight games."