Crusaders half-back Michael Witt has committed his future to the club, signing a new three-year deal at the Racecourse Ground.
The former Parramatta man has scored 163 points in 36 appearances for the Welsh club since arriving last term.
He said: “I am very happy to have signed a 3 year extension and to have committed my future to the Crusaders.
“I can see the club is intent on building something special here and I have every confidence we can do that with the players and coaches we have and the direction we are moving in.
“Above all I want this to be a club with a winning mentality, and I hope that in my time here we can achieve great success as a club.”
Witt is believed to have turned down offers from both rugby league and rugby union to remain in Wrexham, having arrived at the club from New Zealand-based union side Otago.
Crusaders coach Iestyn Harris said: “Michael has become an integral part of the Crusaders team since he joined and I am delighted that he has decided to remain with us for the next three years.”