Entering the Penrith Panthers junior ranks in 2013, James Fisher-Harris has come a long way in six years.
Moving to the club from New Zealand, Penrith has become a second home for Fisher-Harris.
“I’m really excited and grateful for the club to give me this opportunity,” Fisher-Harris said.
“It’s surreal when I think about where I’ve come from and where I am today.
“Penrith has become my second home. My family loves living here and all my mates are here too.”
The Kiwi forward believes Penrith’s potential to succeed is limitless.
“It’s crazy how much talent we have at the club,” continued Fisher-Harris.
“I think the sky’s the limit in terms of what we can achieve together.”
Just as pleased are the club, who are looking forward to seeing Fisher-Harris add to his 63 games.
“James has come through the Panthers development system to now be an integral part of our NRL team,” Panthers Executive General Manager Phil Gould AM said.
“Already a current Kiwi international, James still has the best part of his football career well ahead of him.
“We are delighted he has committed to Panthers until the end of 2022.”