Bradford winger Joe Brown has signed a new one-year deal for the 2021 season.
Brown, 21, returned to the Bulls from Wigan last year and was an ever present for John Kear’s side in the now cancelled Championship season.
He said: “I am really happy to have signed – it is a bit of a dull situation not being able to play so for the club to offer me another deal is a real positive.
“It has been a frustrating 18 months personally not playing much due to injury and then the suspension as John [Kear] had been working really hard with me over pre-season to show me what he wants from me.
“I want to hit the ground running when we get back onto the field and have a big year in 2021 to repay John and the club’s faith.”
Coach John Kear added: “We are delighted Joe has signed for another year – he is another young man with his best years in front of him.
“He covers all the positions from 1 to 6 so his utility value is great and he has a good character which is important to what we are trying to build at the club.
“From the squad we are building we are looking at recruiting very experienced players who can help get us into Super League which is our ultimate goal.
“The others are younger players who we feel will adapt and become Super League level and I am pleased with how the squad is shaping up so far.”