Wigan Warriors halfback Thomas Leuluai has signed a new one-year extension which will see him stay at the Club for the 2021 season.
After playing 302 games and winning seven major honours with Wigan, Leuluai will be the most experienced player in the 2021 first team squad as he heads into his 11th year with the Club.
The 35-year-old half back began his Rugby League career in the NRL with New Zealand Warriors, before making the move to England where he made 40 appearances for Harlequins RL.
A World Cup winner with the Kiwis, Leuluai joined Wigan ahead of the 2007 season and put in a Man of the Match performance to win the Harry Sunderland Trophy in the 2010 Super League Grand Final.
After making 19 appearances and nine assists in 2020, Leuluai won his third League Leaders’ Shield medal as he helped the Warriors to finish top in the Super League.
On signing for 2021, Leuluai said: “I’m really happy to be here and to be going around again. My body is feeling good. I still have that drive, hunger and desire to do it.
“The main thing for me is knowing I can go out there and perform. I’m still enjoying it – knowing I can still compete and contribute to the team.
“I’m excited to be part of the team for next year. It’s a great squad and I’m looking forward to it.
“The future is safe with the guys coming through and I hope to help them out as much as I can. For me, I’ll be looking to play my best football and see where it goes from there.”