BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 12: Andrew McCullough of the Broncos passes the ball during the round 23 NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Parramatta Eels at Suncorp Stadium on August 12, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Andrew McCullough has ensured he will remain a one-club man after signing a new four-year deal with the Brisbane Broncos.

It is a huge show of faith by the 27-year-old, with the new contract to cover NRL seasons 2018-2021.

McCullough is already in the club leadership group, and is considered future captaincy material.

As he signed the deal today he said he was pleased to lock in his long-term future with the Broncos.

“It is exciting,” said McCullough after he inked the contract.

“To be here another four years and to have that security for myself and my fiancée is really good, and something that doesn’t happen often in rugby league.

“But I am very grateful for it.”

Broncos’ chief executive Paul White said securing McCullough was further good news for the Brisbane club.

“Andrew has been with us since his early teens so to have him re-sign for another four years is wonderful news for the club,” said White.

“His new deal comes on the back of the recent signings of Josh McGuire and Corey Oates, who are all young guys who have been with us since their start and are now re-committing to the club.

“We see these guys as the next crop of leaders of the Broncos, so to have those players committing to new deals underlines the great stability of the club as a whole.”

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