Winger Craig Hall has committed his future to Hull KR by signing a new contract until the end of next season.
Hall signed for Rovers for a second time in 2018 after leaving Leigh Centurions.
Since then he has become an important part of the squad as Rovers look to retain their Super League status.
He actually started his career at cross city rivals Hull FC and came through their academy and signed for Rovers after a loan spell at Widnes Vikings.
His first spell was very successful as he scored 42 tries and 41 conversions in 80 appearances.
From there, he helped Wakefield Trinity stay in the Super League after guiding them to victory in the inaugural Million Pound Game against Bradford Bulls in 2015.
Then a year later, he was part of the first Toronto Wolfpack side and created history by scoring their first ever try in their 14-6 victory over amateur side Siddal in the Challenge Cup.
He then left following their promotion to League One and joined the Centurions, but left after the club fell into financial difficulties. He then joined the Rovers on loan until the end of the season before making the deal permanent in 2019.