Warrington winger Connor Wrench has signed a new three-year deal with his hometown club until November 2025.
The 20-year-old came through the club's academy ranks, making his senior debut against Castleford Tigers last year.
Wrench has since scored seven tries in 15 first-team games and nailed down a starting spot in recent months.
"I'm buzzing," he said. "It's massive for me being a Warrington lad to play for this club. It's what you dream of watching from the stands as a kid."
"I play now with some of the lads who I grew up watching," he added. "It's a big thing for me and I'm happy to continue to do that in the future.
"Hopefully I can get more games, more tries and we'll be in that top six come the back end of the year."
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