Bradford Bulls have re-signed popular forward Sam Hallas on a one-year deal.
The 23-year-old has made over 80 appearances since joining the Bulls from Leeds in 2017, scoring 12 tries.
“It is a big relief to get the deal signed, it has been a tough time but I am glad to get it over the line,” he told the Bradford club website. “It is an honour to wear the shirt and throw my body on the line for such a great club.
“I have been lucky to work alongside some great blokes and learn from them and try become a better player during each year I have been here.
“I am only 23 but I just go out there and try do my job and I will continue to keep giving all I have got for the boys I run out with and for the club and the fans. We are all in this together and the fans are a massive part of the journey we are currently going.
“We know when we run out in a Bradford shirt next year there will be a massive number of fans backing us and we want to continue to work towards growing this club.”
Hallas becomes the fourth player to commit his future to the club, alongside club captain Steve Crossley, Ross Oakes and Rhys Evans, while Rowan Milnes will return on loan after signing with Hull KR.