A player that many South Sydney Rabbitohs fans want in their side, they will all be pleased to know that Adam Reynolds has signed a new long-term deal at the club.
The local junior’s new deal will run until the end of the 2021 NRL season.
Having come through the club ranks since Harold Matthews, Reynolds has so far played in 113 NRL games to date with the club.
Making his State of Origin debut in 2016, Reynolds has also represented the Australian Prime Minister’s XIII, the City Origin side the World All-Stars and the NRL All-Stars sides.
As a former Dally M Rookie of the Year, Reynolds has come on in leaps and bounds and with spades of class, talent and ability, Souths coach Michael Maguire knows Reynolds is the man to lead them.
“Adam has been one of the key leaders in our team and is really influential in our playing group as a leading figure alongside players like Inglis, Sutton, Clark, Sam Burgess and Goodwin,” Coach Maguire said.
“He is a huge asset as a mentor to our emerging leaders and has a strong desire to add to the great achievements he has already been a part of with this Club,
“Adam Reynolds is one of the elite players in our game. His ability to guide the team around the field, as well as his general play and goal kicking makes him instrumental to our success. Reynolds is hungry, as are the rest of the playing group, for success at this Club.
Maguire is confident that the best is yet to come from Reynolds and looks forward to working with him moving forward.
“Adam and I both believe he has his best football in front of him and we’re excited about working together to see that evolution of his game over the next five years,” added Maguire.
Playing for the Rabbitohs is an honour for Reynolds and the new long-term deal is exactly what he wanted as he continues his tenure with the Bunnies.
“I grew up in the area and it’s been a real honour to be able to represent the Rabbitohs and to continue representing the Rabbitohs is something I’m really proud of,” said Reynolds.
“I’ve got a lot of great memories of growing up around Redfern and developing into the player I’ve become today. I’m happy that my family and I can remain here and continue representing the community through the Rabbitohs,
“We have a great bunch of boys at this Club and I’m looking forward to what we can achieve in 2017. We finished 2016 strongly and I think we’ve laid a good platform to really challenge in the coming years.”