Granville, 26, was contracted until the end of 2016, with the club and player this week finalising a two-year extension following his breakout year in 2015.
He played in all 28 Cowboys matches in 2015, scoring 10 tries and adding invaluable attacking spark to the side out of dummy-half. By the end of the season, Granville ranked first across the entire NRL for total dummy-half runs (189) and dummy-half run metres (1524m).
After starting the season off the bench, Granville made his starting 13 debut for the Cowboys in the team’s round 4 win over the Storm, while a hat-trick of tries three weeks later against the Warriors at 1300SMILES Stadium were among the highlights of his first season in the North.
He was rewarded for his good form by being named the Cowboys’ Players’ Player of the Year at the end-of-season club awards.
Granville said he was pleased to be able to extend his time with the Cowboys.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here so far and I can’t wait for the new season to start,” Granville said.