Hull KR hooker Matt Parcell has signed a one-year contract extension for the 2022 season.
Parcell, 28, joined the Robins from Leeds in 2019, scoring the winning try on his debut in the derby against Hull FC.
Coach Tony Smith said: “He’s been in great form. He’s been consistent and dangerous and he’s getting better. He’s still developing as well.
“As experienced as Matty is, he keeps adding to his game and that is the reason why we want him to stay. He’s doing a great job for us presently and we see that he is going to keep on getting better and better.
“I think the style that we play suits Matty and the way he plays suits us, so it’s a really good fit for the two. He’s a big part of us and our danger in attack.
Parcell played 21 games in the NRL for Brisbane and Manly before moving to Leeds in 2017, winning the Super League Grand Final in his first year as well as being named in the Dream Team.