Huddersfield Giants centre Leroy Cudjoe has signed a contract extension, the Super League team announced on Thursday.
Huddersfield Giants centre Leroy Cudjoe has signed a contract extension until 2020, the Super League team announced on Thursday.
The 27-year-old England international debuted for hometown club Huddersfield in 2008 and has gone on to score 94 tries in 210 appearances.
Cudjoe is now determined to inspire the Giants to glory after agreeing a new long-term deal.
"I am very proud to represent my home town and I think we have a great side here that can only get better with age," Cudjoe told the club's official website.
"I want to get my place in the England team back and the best way to do that is to be successful here this season which is what we're all working towards.
"We have been in the mix for trophies now for a good while and I want to be a key part of the team that's the first to bring home one of the big two prizes.
"I am now one of the longest serving players on our books and enjoy working in and around the town with the younger players to try and encourage more support which we all know we deserve.
"Our form on the pitch has deserved better but our loyal supporters never leave us and I hope that I can repay their faith in me by playing my part to take us to even greater success."