Former Wigan and England winger Josh Charnley has signed a contract extension that may maintain him at Warrington till the tip of the 2022 season.
The 28-year-old joined Warrington in March final 12 months after an 18-month stint in rugby union with Sale Sharks and has scored 40 tries in 51 appearances.
Charnley, who received three Tremendous League Grand Finals and two Problem Cups throughout his time at Wigan, was already contracted to the tip of subsequent season however jumped on the probability to increase his keep on the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
“It was a no brainer really,” he mentioned. “I’ve loved my time on the membership up to now and after they supplied me a brand new deal I could not flip it down.
“We’re a tight-knit group and do the whole lot collectively. We’re constructing for one thing huge at this membership and we’re working arduous week in week out to realize one thing particular. To be part of that might be one thing nice.
“We acquired to 2 finals final 12 months the place we had been a small fraction off. That also hurts the lads right here now.
“We have been constructing and I consider we will obtain one thing huge this 12 months.”
Warrington head coach Steve Value added: “We’re ecstatic to get Charners over the road. He is been a extremely constant performer week in, week out, since he arrived at our membership.
“He’s a fantastic rugby league player and a seasoned-pro. He is a pleasure to coach and certainly knows how to get over the try line. He’s a well-liked member of our squad and portrays a really good image for our sport.”