Manly centre Moses Suli has signed a two-year contract extension with the Sea Eagles.
The 21-year-old has made more than 40 appearances for Manly since joining the club in 2018. He has earned one cap for Tonga.
Suli said: “I’m stoked. Once I was told that it had been confirmed I was happy, I told my family and they were proud of me. They have backed me from the start.
“I’m really happy to stay here, I never wanted to go anywhere else, so Manly forever.
“I’ve always wanted to give back to my mum. She has always been there for me and this contract means a lot to me and also to my family.
“When I had nothing (Manly) gave me a shot and since I’ve been here I’ve never wanted to go anywhere else. I’ve been the happiest bloke and I’ve been enjoying my footy as well so it has been good here, I’ve loved every second of it and I am ready to start here for as long as I can.”
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