Rovers will be able to discuss making the move permanent with his parent club, Catalan Dragons, at a more suitable stage next season.
The player is delighted to be staying with the Robins for 2015, and believes that the players are in place for a good season next year.
“I spoke to the Dragons and explained that I wanted to stay at Hull Kingston Rovers and they understood the reasons why,” he said.
“I feel like I’ve improved a lot this year but I know I’ve still got more in me. I’m enjoying playing each week and testing myself at training.
“We’ve got a good squad for next season and I’m looking forward to being part of that. Hopefully, both me and the team can kick on and have a good year.
“I’ve really enjoyed my time at the club this year. I’ve settled in really easily and everybody has made me feel welcome, so I’m excited to be staying.