Corey Parker has ensured he will remain a one-club man and finish his career in Brisbane after signing a new three-year deal with the Brisbane Broncos.
Already a life member at the Broncos, Parker has signed until the end of the 2014 season when he will be 32 years of age.
The workaholic back rower has now played 222 games for the Broncos and the 300-match mark – only ever reached by the great Darren Lockyer – is a distinct possibility by 2014.
Parker said he hadn’t thought about being anywhere but at Red Hill.
“It was a boyhood dream of mine to play for the Broncos and I have been fortunate enough that it has worked out better than I could have imagined,” he said.
“I am proud to be a one-club man for the Broncos and I am excited about the future and possibilities for the team over the next few seasons.”