Jake Mamo has signed a contract extension with Warrington Wolves until November 2021.
The 24-year-old has impressed since joining the club in the off-season from Huddersfield, scoring three times in six games.
He follows Tom Lineham, Toby King and Joe Philbin in signing new deals with the club.
“It shows what a good culture we have developed here at Warrington, that players are keen to commit to the club and want to be a part of this playing squad,” said head coach Steve Price.
“Jake has shown that he can add some energy and a spark on the edge. He has slotted into the squad well and brings a lot of enthusiasm into training and out on the field. He can play in a number of different positions which makes him a great asset to the side.”
Mamo added: “I’m really happy to have signed a new deal pretty early on in the season. I think there is sometimes a bit of pressure, when you’ve only got a one-year contract, to perform well. I’ve had a few games now, in a few different positions, filling in where the team needs me and I’m grateful to Pricey for having given me that chance; and to have signed me up for a couple more years too.
“The playing squad here has made the transition very easy. We are performing well at the moment, I hope that continues and I can play my part in that.”