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Laurie Daley with the State of Origin shield following Game Three of the 2014 series.

Victorious NSW coach Laurie Daley has extended his current contract until the end of 2017.

Fresh from recording the Blues' first series win since 2005, Daley has agreed to a two-year extension of his existing deal with the NSWRL, and says he is determined to build on the progress made over the past two series.

“This process has just started,” Daley said. 

“It was an amazing year for everyone in NSW, and we look forward to building on what we achieved in this year’s series.

“It’s a special job and I am one of the lucky ones to be given the opportunity by the board of the NSWRL, and I’d like to thank Dr George Peponis, the other directors and chief executive David Trodden for the faith they have shown in me. Their support has been phenomenal.

“I feel this is one of the best jobs in Australian sport. I really enjoyed working with the players this year and am looking forward to our squad evolving over the next few years."

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