Second-rower Kurt Haggerty has signed a new deal tieing him to Bradford until the end of 2018.
The 27-year-old joined the Bulls in November. He has scored two tries in his eight appearances.
“I’m delighted to secure another two years of my future for my family and I at the club,” Haggerty said.
“I’ve got an 11 week old son so to get the security of another two years at Bradford is massively important to me.
“I now need to prove to Rohan what I am about. I’ve got more than a little bit of skill; I’ll work hard for the team and I’ll graft.
“So I need to show Rohan my qualities and hopefully I can get into his team and continue to try and show the fans what I can do.
“We’ve got a big game next week against one of my former clubs and I’m really looking forward to playing them at the Summer Bash and wearing the fantastic OddBalls shirt, which is for a great cause.”
Bradford Bulls managing director Steve Ferres said Haggerty has impressed since joining the club.
“He has a wide range of knowledge and brings an impressive skill set to his game, which he has displayed several times this season and we look forward to seeing in the future,” he said.