London captain Daniel Harrison has signed a one-year contract extension.
Harrison, 28, has spent three seasons with the Broncos, scoring 23 tries in 74 appearances.
He said: “I really enjoy it here, and having spoken to Hendo, I had a decision to make. I could either go home [to Australia] or stay here another year, and I told him I wouldn’t go to another club here in the UK and I would only sign for London if I did stay.
“My partner and I had a chat, and we decided that we wanted to stay another year. It was a joint decision to be fair.”
Harrison has been sidelined during The Qualifiers due to a knee injury.
Coach Andrew Henderson added: “I thought it was an important signing for us moving forward. To be honest it wasn’t a difficult decision for me as a coach.
“I knew I wanted to retain Daniel, it was just a decision between him and his partner, who has been immensely supportive since he joined us.
“It’s crucial we have some continuity since we started rebuilding the team, and Daniel has been a big part of that rebuild.
“It was also important to keep one of our senior, experienced players and Daniel is the kind of player that you certainly miss when he isn’t playing. I’m really pleased that he is buying into what it is we are trying to achieve here and could commit another season to us.”