Adrian Morley is one of ten Warrington Wolves players who have pledged that their immediate future will be at the Halliwell-Jones.
Yesterday was a day of contract extensions and Tony Smith looked to secure stability in his side, currently second in Superleague XVII, as they head to Wembley and push for a Grand Final appearance.
Along with Morley, Micky Higham, Lee Briers, and James Laithwaite have all committed to another season and put pen to on a deal which will see them in Primrose and Blue for Superleague XVIII.
Two year deals were signed by Brett Hodgson, Mike Cooper and emerging hooker Brad Dwyer which will take all three to the end of Superleague XIX, and GB international Ben Westwood had committed his future to the Wolves for another three years until the end of Superleague XX.
Young star Gareth O'Brien will remain a Wolf until at least the end of 2015 and will have another season learning his trade from Lee Birers and the tenth signature came from Chris Hill who will be playing his rugby in Warrington until the end of Superleague XXI in 2016.
According to the clubs official website, Tony Smith commented, "It's great that we are keeping players who are doing a fine job for us and helping this club advance. As a coach I'm big on stability in the camp within a club and we've got plenty of talent and experience so the blend is a good one. I'm confident that it's going to continue to be one of our strengths as we maintain that stability and keep the momentum moving forward at the club for the future. The re-signing of these players is certainly going to help us do that.
"As well as the experienced players we are helping to bring the young players through and we are delighted to have local talent in abundance as it really shows the hard work that's being done in a lot of areas within the club.
"Each one of these players is a talent in their own right and has experience that they bring to the squad. The blend's working well for us presently and I've got no doubt that it will continue to work for us in the future."