As he makes his return from injury in 2021, the South Sydney Rabbitohs and their fans will expect big things from Latrell Mitchell.
With some uncertainty surrounding his future, Mitchell will stay with the Rabbitohs until the end of the 2023 season.
A serious hamstring injury ended his 2020 season prematurely but the custodian made his return for the Indigenous All-Stars in the annual All-Stars clash.
Mitchell is pleased to have the chance to stay with the Rabbitohs and says the club has quickly become like a family to him.
“I’m really happy about staying here at Souths. It’s become home for me and my family,” Mitchell said.
“I feel like we have a great squad of players here and top coaches and I’m really confident that we can achieve what we want to achieve in the coming seasons.
“It’s a special club and a special group of players and it means a lot to me and my family to represent South Sydney.
Mitchell was also quick to thank the community and club fans for the way they welcomed him upon his transition to the Rabbitohs.
“The Members and the community have welcomed us and when they tell me they are proud to see me wearing their colours, it makes me feel proud to represent them.
“We want to create more history for this Club and its people and I can’t wait to be part of it.”