Jake Connor has signed a new two-year deal with Hull FC.
The England international has signed a deal that will see him at the club until at least the end of the 2023 season.
Connor, 26, joined Hull FC in 2017, going on to play 114 games for the club so far, scoring 33 tries, as well as lifting the Challenge Cup in his debut season.
He has also represented Great Britain and Combined Nations All-Stars.
“I’m absolutely buzzing to get my contract finalised,” he said.
“It was an absolute no-brainer for me; the club has treated me well since day one and I’m really glad to get it sorted, and I’m looking forward to cracking on.
“It was an easy decision to sign. It never got to a stage where I wanted to look elsewhere, I always wanted to stay here and didn’t really speak to anyone else. I’ve been here for five seasons now and wanted to extend that longer.
“The ultimate aim for me is to win silverware. I think under Brett, we’ve played some really good rugby this year and we’ve got the squad to kick on and improve.
“When we’ve had the full team on the pitch we’ve played well, and we’re getting some bodies back at a vital time for us to put a good run of form together.”
He continued: “Everyone wants to get to a Grand Final and we’re no different still, and I feel like we’ve got the squad to do that over the next few years and we can continue to improve.”