“To sort the contract stuff out is a breath of fresh air and to have my future locked up for the next couple of years is a positive move for myself,” Sezer told raiders.com.au.
“I love being around the boys and enjoy the club. There’s a lot of factors that go into the decision but I’m happy with the decision ultimately and I look forward to representing the Raiders and Canberra.”
After crossing from the Titans 2016, Sezer has played 62 games for Canberra, taking his total tally to 100 NRL matches.
Raiders recruitment and high-performance director Peter Mulholland was thrilled to lock Sezer away for another two years.
“Aidan’s a very talented player who we believe can continue to improve and become a dominant player for our club,” Mulholland told raiders.com.au.
“He’s an organising halfback who is an important part of our team and we’re looking forward to seeing him lead us around the park for the next two years.”