Warrington have confirmed that winger Kevin Penny has agreed a new, two-year deal at the club.
He should now stay out at the Wolves until November 2017. The winger rejoined the Wolves in 2014 after an absence of three years from the club.
“I am delighted to be here for the next two years and hopefully more,” said Penny.
“I’ve been on an incredible journey so far and I’m glad it’s not over yet. The club is moving in an even bigger direction and I’m honoured to be a part of that moving forward.”
Warrington head of coaching Tony Smith was pleased to have signed up a player who has made remarkable progress since rejoining the club.
“Kev’s been terrific since he had the opportunity to return to us,” he said.
“He’s played some really strong games. He’s far from the finished article but he’s shown he’s still progressing, still learning and has got some terrific attributes that are going to make him a really competitive winger in our roster for next year.”