Hull FC have announced Cameron Scott has signed a 12-month extension to his current contract, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2024 season.
Scott joined the club back in 2017 as an academy player, and went on to make his first team debut back in 2018. Since then, he has made just under 40 appearances for the Black and Whites.
In 2022, the 22-year-old had made a promising start to the season, but was forced off the field during their round three game against Salford at the MKM Stadium. He had scored two tries in that match before his injury.
However, he made his comeback during Sunday’s 38-12 win over already-relegated Toulouse at home.
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Scott looking ahead to 2023 with Hull
Speaking about his new deal, Scott told the club website: “I’m absolutely delighted. For me, it just felt like the right decision for me to stay here.
“It’s not been the best year with a couple of injuries keeping me out of action. But I’m back now and I feel like I’m in such a good place both mentally and physically.
“The contract extension gives me a chance to put this year aside and really get excited about what’s to come in 2023.”
Hull Head Coach Brett Hodgson added: “We’re delighted that Cam has signed on to stay with us. He still has so much potential to unlock.
“I thought the way he came back into the side and performed on Sunday was admirable. Especially after such an extended time on the sidelines.
“But now it’s time for Cam to prove that he deserves a place in the side week after week. We got a glimpse of that on Sunday – that’s his main challenge at the minute.”