Adam Quinlan has signed a new contract extension with Hull KR which will see the fullback remain at the side until at least the end of 2020.
Quinlan has signed a new two-year deal to remain at KCOM Craven Park, with an option of a further year.
The former NRL and St Helens back has scored 16 tries in 32 appearances, including eight in the 2018 Super League campaign.
On the extension, he told the club’s official website: “I’m happy to have signed on for a few more years. It’s a great club with great people on and off the field and that makes it an enjoyable place to be around.
“We haven’t had as much success as we’d like so far this season but there’s enough quality here for us to build on and I know we can finish off the year really well. I’m confident in doing that with the group we’ve got and I think the other lads who have signed new contracts feel the same.
“In the next couple of years, we’ll be looking to definitely get up into the top half of the ladder. The consistency hasn’t been there this year but I think we’ve showed that we’re not far off. In some of the games against the top sides, if we’d done a few little things differently we’d be in a lot different position now. We’ve learned from that and are still learning, but it gives us something to build on.”
Hull KR host Salford Red Devils this Sunday in the Super League.