Wagga footballer Matt Suckling has been rewarded for another fine season with a one-year contract extension at Western Bulldogs.
The new deal will see Suckling at the Bulldogs until the end of 2020, at least.
The 31-year-old crossed over from Hawthorn after the 2015 season and has managed 66 games at the Bulldogs.
The two-time AFL premiership player has played 16 games for the Bulldogs this year after injury restricted his 2018 season.
"Matt's having another consistent year and it's pleasing to lock him in for 2020," Western Bulldogs' general manager of list and recruiting Sam Power told the club's website.
"Over the past four seasons, he's become an influential member of our playing group and has had a significant impact on and off the field.
"Matt has played a variety of roles this year. He's spent time down back where his elite kicking skills help to set the game up, and has also pushed forward at times and had an impact.
"He's now one of the more senior players on our list, and his experience and leadership on the field and around the Club continues to be really important for our young group."
Suckling has averaged 20 disposals and six marks a game this year. He has also kicked nine goals.