Brad Walker has signed a new deal with Wakefield Trinity.
The versatile forward has become a regular at the West Yorkshire side in 2021, having signed from Widnes Vikings in 2020.
With a new contract signed and sealed until the end of 2022, the 23-year-old cannot wait to represent Trinity for a further season.
“I’m made up to get this deal over the line,” said Walker.
“I just want as much game time as possible, so I’ve really enjoyed it in recent weeks. I now just want that to continue, and I’ll be working as hard as ever for that to happen.
“No matter where I play, I will try my best and continue to enjoy it, so on the whole I’m delighted to be staying.”
Walker made 40 appearances for Widnes between 2016 and 2019, scoring six tries but also played on loan for North Wales Crusaders in 2018.
He is the latest to commit to Trinity with teammate Reece Lyne also doing the same.