Salford half-back Daniel Holdsworth has ended speculation surrounding his future, signing a new three-year deal with the Reds.
Holdsworth, 26, has been in fine form since moving to the UK from Canterbury in the winter and has been targeted by several rival clubs for next season, having initially signed for Salford on a one-year deal.
It led to Salford prompting him for a decision over a new three-year contract, and it resulted in good news for Shaun McRae’s men.
Salford director of football Steve Simms said: “This is outstanding news and we are delighted that Daniel shares our vision of where this club is heading and has agreed a new contract.
“This is a big contract and shows great commitment from both Daniel and the Reds to continue to make things work.
“We can now start to forge a team around the exciting half-backs we have on our books.
“We have had to concentrate on the stadium for several seasons, but now that is done and dusted we can concentrate on player recruitment.”