The Palm Beach Currumbin high school and Tugun Seahawks product said he was relieved that he has had his immediate future decided early and will continue to work hard on his rehabilitation.
“I’m really happy to have my future decided at such an early stage of this season, and know it is here on the Gold Coast,” the 22-year-old said today.
“I can now fully focus on my rehabilitation with my knee with negotiations out of the way.
“I always wanted to stay on the Gold Coast with the Titans. I’m a proud local junior, this is the club that gave me my first opportunity in NRL and I’m keen to repay coach Neil Henry and the club for that.
“It’s an exciting time for the club and I want to play a role in bringing the Titans and the Gold Coast success. We have a lot of good young players and good mix of senior players around us.
“I have a lot of faith in the future of the Titans and in return I appreciate the faith Neil and the club have shown in me after unfortunately suffering a serious knee injury.
“And I also want to repay the Titans fans who have been really supportive last season and since I suffered the injury early this year.”