NZ Warriors centre Adam Pompey has extended his stay with the Auckland-based NRL club, committing for a further two years.
Pompey, 24, was off-contract after 2023, but has re-signed until the end of 2025. He has been a regular presence for the Warriors and is the only squad member to played all 1522 minutes of the 19 games.
His budding midfield partnership with Rocco Berry has been a highlight for the Warriors this season, which sees the team occupy third spot on the competition ladder.
Pompey's re-signing further boosts coach Andrew Webster's plans beyond 2023, as Roger Tuivasa-Sheck rejoins the club next season, with his move to the centres already confirmed.
"From a coaching viewpoint, we've been hugely impressed with the way Adam has gone about his work right from the start of the pre-season," Webster said.
"He has developed all parts of his game on a game-by-game basis, becoming a much-improved player in all facets, and the thing about him is that he still has much more to give."
Pompey debuted for the Warriors against Cronulla Sharks in 2019 and has gone on to make 72 NRL appearances.
The former Sydney Roosters junior started his career as a winger, but has become a regular member of a growing Warriors midfield.