Narrandera ruckman Matt Flynn has been given a two-year contract extension by Greater Western Sydney (GWS).
The 21-year-old is yet to make his AFL debut but that has not stopped the Giants from showing faith in the big man.
Flynn has been rewarded for his development with a two-year contract extension that will see him remain at the Giants until at least the end of the 2021 season.
He told the Giants website that the club feels like home to him.
"Playing here for the last four years has been awesome and we've got a good group of guys coming through and everyone's starting to gel really well," Flynn told the Giants website.
"I've been in the Academy since under-12s, its first year, so it's awesome to have done that and still be a part of the club... it definitely feels like home."
Flynn was drafted to the Giants at the end of 2015 alongside fellow Riverina footballers Jacob Hopper, Matt Kennedy and Harry Himmelberg.
Hopper and Himmelberg remain with Flynn at the Giants and have also signed contract extensions this season.
While Flynn is yet to make his AFL debut, the Giants have been happy with his progress with their reserve grade team in the NEAFL.
He has been working closely with fellow Giants ruckmen Shane Mumford and Dawson Simpson as he pushes for a senior debut.
"Shane coming back this year has been huge for me," Flynn told the Giants website.
"He's taught me a lot over the last three to four years, especially last year as coach.
"He's someone I aspire to be like, I really look up to him and Dawson Simpson as well."