Ryan Hall appears to have dedicated the rest of his career to Leeds, after agreeing a five-year extension to his current contract.
Hall, 26, has scored 158 tries in 197 appearances for the Rhinos, and has signed a new deal that will keep him at Headingley until the end of 2018.
By then the England international will be 31, and at the end of his 11th season with the club he made his debut for in 2007.
Head coach Brian McDermott is delighted to have secured the future of a player who has interested NRL and rugby union clubs in the recent past.
“I think everyone who loves Rugby League and loves watching Super League will be pleased by this announcement,” said McDermott.
“To agree a new long term contract with a player like that, is testament to the culture at this club and the commitment these players have to one another.”
A graduate from amateur club Oulton Raiders, Hall has scored two tries so far this season.