Panthers fullback Dylan Edwards has signed a two-year contract extension with the club.
The new deal means Edwards is committed to Panthers until at least the end of the 2022 season.
“I’m extremely grateful for the opportunities this club has given me coming through the grades and now with this new deal,” Edwards said.
“A lot of my best mates are here and I believe the quality of our players and coaches means we have everything we need to be successful.
“I love being part of the Penrith community and I’d like to thank all the members and fans for their support.”
A Bellingen Dorrigo Magpies junior, Edwards progressed through the development pathways at Panthers.
The 24-year-old was a member of club’s premiership-winning NYC side in 2015 before making his NRL debut the following year.
“Dylan is the ultimate professional who upholds the club’s standards on and off the field,” Panthers General Manager Rugby League Matt Cameron said.
“Although he’s had a minor injury setback recently, his approach to his rehabilitation shows a level of resilience which we value here at Panthers.
“Dylan’s contract extension is another example of the club’s commitment to developing players within our own system to play in the NRL.”