Titans half-back Jamal Fogarty is locked in until the end of the 2022 season, with the former Beaudesert junior extending his stay at the Gold Coast club.
Already confirmed for next year, Fogarty has committed for a further season that sees him stay a Titan until the end of 2022.
After joining the Gold Coast squad mid-season, Fogarty has played 17 games in 2020 and has made the number seven jersey his own.
After a decorated career in the Queensland Cup, including winning the 2019 Intrust Super Cup for the Burleigh Bears and collecting a Petero Civoniceva medal as the best player in the competition, Fogarty returned to the Titans during the NRL's COVID break.
In a breakout season, the 26-year-old was named captain for rounds 15-18 and has become a leader among the group.
Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says Fogarty has been a wonderful addition to the team and he's thrilled that he has committed long-term.
"I think it is really exciting for myself as coach to have Jamal extend at the Club," Holbrook said.
"He has shown what he has done for the team and also individually how much he has improved over the back half of this year
"It's exciting that he is going to have a full pre-season and a couple of years with us.
"He's a great player and a really good person and it's great for our Club to have him extend."