Warrington centre Toby King has signed a contract extension to keep him at the club until the end of 2019.
King, 21, has scored five tries in six games for the Wolves this season and has most recently formed a promising partnership with new signing Josh Charnley.
He was subject to bizarre criticism from the Mayor of Warrington earlier this season, which resulted in the Mayor resigning from his post.
Wolves coach Steve Price said: “There’s a lot more improvement in Toby King with his age and I know what sort of player he can be down the track.
“I’m confident that we can get some really good footy from Toby and it’s exciting times for the club to tie down a prospect of his calibre.”
King has scored 11 tries in 37 appearances since making his debut in 2014.
He joined the club alongside brother George from Huddersfield.
King said: “It means everything that the club continues to put its faith in me. It’s a fantastic club to be at and I’m very pleased to have extended my contract with Warrington.
“It’s great news for me and my family and I’m very excited for the future. I want to thank Steve Price and everyone else at the club for believing in me.”