Brisbane half-back Anthony Milford has exercised an option in his contract to sign with the Broncos until the end of 2021.
The 25-year-old has scored 68 tries in 172 NRL games for Canberra and Brisbane since making his professional bow in 2013. He has earned seven caps for Samoa and has played twice for Queensland.
Milford said: “The reason I stayed is because I love this club.
“If we can keep this current squad together, I believe we can definitely give the comp a good shake and definitely have a red hot crack at lifting the trophy at the end of the year.
“As a person, I work best when everything is simple. I have a little one due soon and I didn’t want to spend the rest of the year worrying about my future.
“When I try and complicate things, and a lot of stuff is running through my head, I’m not at my best then. My future is not on my mind now.
“It’s been one of my goals since I got to the Broncos (in 2015) to win a premiership. I’ve always wanted to win one for the city and the Broncos fans. Being born in Ipswich and raised in Brisbane, it’s all I have wanted to do.”
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