Morgan Smith extends stay at London

London half-back Morgan Smith has penned a new two-year deal with the club.

The 21-year-old – who joined from Warrington for the 2019 season – has put pen to paper on a contract that will see him remain in the capital until the end of 2021.

Smith has scored one try and kicked two drop goals in 17 games for the Broncos this year.

London coach Danny Ward said: “Morgs is a good young English half and we are happy he has committed the next two years to the Broncos.

“Since coming down, he has really bought into what we are about as a team and a club and has been improving each week.”

Smith added: “I have really enjoyed my time here at London Broncos and I jumped at the chance to sign again.

“I came here for the opportunity to play regularly and that has been the case. I have to thank Danny Ward and Jamie Langley for giving me my chance here and I hope I have repaid their faith in me.

“I took to the capital pretty quickly to be honest and the lads and staff here are great for anybody coming here as you are made to feel at home very quickly.

“A lot of us are in the same boat, being away from home, and there is a real togetherness which helps immensely.”

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