Leeds Rhinos Prop Mikolaj Oledzki has agreed a new four year contract that will keep him at Headingley until least the end of the 2024 season.
Oledzki, who is still only 21, has made 66 appearances for the club having made his debut back in 2017 after emerging from the club’s academy ranks.
He was part of the Leeds team that won the Coral Challenge Cup at Wembley.
Commenting on the new deal, Oledzki said, “I am very happy to have agreed the new deal. This is the club where it all started for me and I have been here since I was 13.
“I am really grateful to everyone at this club who has helped me on my rugby journey so far and helped me progress.
“I want to stay here for as long as I can and play my best rugby- I am over the moon that we have got the deal signed.”
Leeds Rhinos Director of Rugby Kevin Sinfield added, “It is a pleasure to be able to offer Mikolaj a new contract at the club after the hard work and dedication he has shown in recent years.
“He has been a key figure in our team this season and continues to learn and develop under Richard Agar and our coaching team.
“Importantly for the club, Mik is the fifth young player to commit their long term future to the club. Harry Newman is signed until the end of 2022 whilst Jack Walker, Cameron Smith and Ash Handley are all contracted until the end of 2023.”