France international Jordan Dezaria has signed a new two-year deal with Catalans Dragons.
The new contract will secure his future at the Gilbert Brutus Stadium until the end of the 2024 season.
Dezaria, 25, originally joined the club’s academy in 2015. He made his Super League debut in 2016 and made four appearances in 2017 before leaving the club to play with Leigh and then Toulouse.
He returned to the club in 2020, signing for the club’s reserve team, before joining the Dragons last season.
The forward represented France at the World Cup Nines, and has further won one cap for the side.
Dezaria has made 24 appearances for Catalans to date, including 10 this season so far.
Jordan Dezaria on new deal
He said: “I’m really happy to sign a new contract and to stay at the club. I feel really good here and it was an easy decision.
“I’m really proud and grateful to wear the Dragons jersey and I would like to thank Bernard Guasch and Steve McNamara for their trust.
“I want to keep improving and win trophies and I feel it’s the right place to achieve it.”
Head coach Steve McNamara added: “We are very happy with Jordan’s progression and form and delighted he has agreed a new deal. His desire to continually improve is evident to all. He will play an important part in our progression as a team over the coming years.”