Warrington Wolves have announced that Riley Dean has signed a new two-year deal with the club until November 2024.
The 20-year-old half-back has progressed through the club’s Scholarship and Academy systems.
Dean has returned to the squad following a successful loan spell with Betfred Championship side Newcastle Thunder in recent months.
He has made six appearances to date for the Wolves, including three this season and joins other talented youngsters Connor Wrench and Josh Thewlis in committing their futures to Warrington.
Speaking on his new contract, Riley Dean said: “I’ve been at the club for seven years now coming through the Academy set-up and it’s my home now.
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“I really enjoy being at the club and it was an easy decision to stay.”
“It’s up to me now to train as hard as I can and put myself in the limelight to play as many games as possible.”
Warrington Wolves Head Coach Daryl Powell added: “Riley has really grown over the season to date. He’s shown that he can do some quality things at Super League level at such a young age.
“He has now got the platform to really develop his game over the next two years and show us how good a prospect he really is.”