If he does stay until the end of 2017, he will have spent ten seasons with Rovers, a club where he has become a cult hero to fans.
“It was an easy decision and it got sorted quickly. The club made me an offer, I said that is good enough for me and we sat round the table and got it done,” the 32-year-old told www.hullkr.co.uk.
“From my point of view, I just wanted to keep playing for a club that has been a big part of my life for all kind of reasons. I’m very appreciative for all they’ve done for me and it’s a privilege to be able to contribute for hopefully another couple of years.
“I just love coming to training every day and having a laugh and a joke with the lads before the serious stuff on the field and in the gym. As I’ve matured as I’ve got older, I’ve started to appreciate what I’ve got a bit more and I just want to keep playing for this club for as long as I can.
“If I get the second year of this deal, that will be my tenth year with Hull KR and that would be a proud achievement and if I could walk out at Wembley next week with this club after everything we’ve been through together that would be fantastic.
“Whether I play or not is a decision for Chris (Chester) and the coaching staff and it’s about what’s best for the team. They know what I can do, they know what I can contribute and hopefully I can keep doing that for another couple of years now.