Parramatta Eels centre Michael Jennings has signed a new two year contract, keeping him at the club until 2021.
He has been at the Eels since 2016, and has scored 35 tries in 85 games during that time.
Jennings made his NRL debut in 2007 with Penrith Panthers before moving to Sydney Roosters. He won the NRL Premiership in 2013 and the World Club Challenge in 2014 with the Roosters.
He has also represented both Australia and Tonga at international level, and also has origin experience with New South Wales.
Eels Club General Manager of Football Mark O’Neill told the club website: “Securing Michael is an important component to our roster management going forward.
“His skill and experience really contributed to our much improved performance in 2019 and he will add enormous value in the future as we strive for premiership success considering he knows what it takes to perform on the highest stage.”