After a long off-season of rumours and an even longer wait for official confirmation, it has finally happened, with Mitchell Moses and the Parramatta Eels agreeing to new terms.

Moses’ new deal with the Eels will see him remain until 2026 with an option for two further years in both 2027 and 2028.

In the end, as a kid who supported the Eels growing up and now playing for them under Brad Arthur, Moses is pleased to have it sorted.

“We have a great bunch of boys at Parramatta and I love working with Brad and our coaching staff. I’ve been an Eels supporter since I was a kid, so this feels special,” Moses said.

To no-one’s surprise, Moses drew praise from Eels General Manager Mark O’Neill who believes Moses is in the elite category and can still get even better.

“Mitch Moses is one of the elite players in the NRL and is integral to our team’s success,” O’Neill said.

“He has worked hard on his game and is in career best form.”

As good as his recent performances have been, Mitch has his best football ahead of him and we’re all excited to see the continued evolution of his game and the team’s performances over the next few years.”

Making his Eels debut in 2017, Moses has gone on to become the club’s most influential player and O’Neill is pleased that that they will be able to support Moses and his family for the long-term.

“He has a beautiful young family including wonderful support from his partner Bri, and we are very happy to have them all continue to be part of the extended Eels family,” O’Neill continued.

Moses has also played for the Wests Tigers and represented both NSW at State level and Lebanon at the international level.

By ricky

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