One-club man Mitchell Aubusson has signed a one-year extension which will give him the chance to become the third triple centurion in Sydney Roosters history.
Aubusson has made 284 Telstra Premiership appearances in the red, white and blue over 13 seasons in the NRL.
He made his debut with the Tricolours in the opening round of the 2007 season and is the third most-capped player in the club’s 111-year history behind Luke Ricketson (301 games) and Anthony Minichiello (302 games).
"My heart is with the Sydney Roosters. I’m a Rooster through and through, and everyone who’s a part of this club means the world to me," he said.
"There’s a strong bond among the group here, and I’m really proud to know that I’ll have the honour of wearing the Roosters jersey for another year."
Roosters coach Trent Robinson said Aubusson "embodies what it means to be a Rooster".
“A man who leads by example both on and off the field, Mitch is a terrific mentor for both the current players in our squad and for those coming through the grades, so it’s really pleasing that his experience will continue to benefit our club,” he said.
The 31-year-old is a three-time recipient of the Roosters’ prestigious James Mathews Award for Clubman of the Year (2011, 2015, 2016).