Liam Marshall signs new Wigan deal

Wigan winger Liam Marshall has singed a contract extension that will see him stay at the club until the end of 2023, with an option to extend to 2024 in the club’s favour.

The 23-year-old has scored 62 tries in 77 appearances since making his first-team debut for Wigan back in 2017.

Marshall said: “I’m really excited to commit my future to Wigan Warriors.

“I feel at home here and I’ve already been lucky enough to have made plenty of memories in a Cherry and White shirt; hopefully there are many more to come.

“I’m enjoying my rugby and I’m learning a lot from Adrian (Lam) and the coaching staff and I’m determined to keep on improving and build on the last few seasons.”

Wigan coach Adrian Lam added: “At 23, Liam’s best years as a player are yet to come and we’re excited for him to realise his full potential.

“He’s started the season extremely well, and with more hard work I don’t think he’s too far off the senior England squad.

“He’s a great finisher, one of the best that we have in Super League and he has improved in his all-round game in recent seasons at some rate. I’m delighted that he has agreed new terms with the club.”

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