Huddersfield Giants winger Innes Senior has signed a new deal which will see him remain with the club until at least the end of the 2024 season.
The 21-year-old has made 26 appearances for the Giants since making his first team debut in 2018.
Giants coach Ian Watson said: “It’s great to secure the services of Innes Senior until the end of the 2024 season.
“Innes has grown from strength to strength in his time as a Giants player and has grown his confidence and his ability in his time at the club and has been rewarded with a new contract.
“It’s great to see so many young players who have progressed through the Giants system staying with the club and helping us build.
“He has been exceptional this season and we’re looking forward to seeing how he progresses over the next two years.”
Innes Senior happy to be staying at hometown club Huddersfield
Senior said: “I’m delighted to sign a new deal to keep me at Huddersfield Giants.
“I want to continue developing and improving my game at the Giants and I hope to continue on the path I’ve started since I made my debut here.
“It’s great to continue my career at my hometown club and I’m looking forward to continuing to compete for a starting spot.”
Huddersfield have enjoyed a fine start to the season, with Watson’s side sitting fourth in the Super League table having won five from their first nine games. The Giants are also in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup, where they will meet Tony Smith’s Hull KR at Elland Road, Leeds (May 7).
Next up for the Giants is a trip to the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday when they face Warrington in Round 10 of Super League.