Warrington forward Ellis Robson says he is “buzzing” to have signed a new two-year deal with the club.
The 22-year-old, who made his Wolves senior debut in September, had agreed to join Canadian newcomers Ottawa for 2021 but his contract contained a Super League get-out clause.
Robson said: “I’m buzzing to have signed a new deal with Warrington.
“I’ve been here since I was 15 and, having come through the club’s academy, it’s a dream come true to stay.
“It shows that there is a pathway for the younger lads coming through and hopefully I can kick on now.
“I’m still excited for Ottawa and the journey they’re going to be on. I’d like to thank them for the opportunity and I wish them all the best for the 2021 season. When I’m not playing for Warrington I’ll be an Ottawa fan.”
Warrington coach Steve Price said: “Myself and our playing group are all delighted that Ellis will be staying with us.
“He’s a popular member of the squad and has demonstrated high standards since making his debut for the first-team this season.”
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