TRY-scoring sensation Tommy Makinson has agreed a new four-year contact with the Champions.
The 23-year-old winger has put pen to paper on a deal that will see him remain at Saints until the end of season 2018.
Tommy has scored 69 tries in 104 matches for the club as well as kicking 79 goals.
His spectacular finishes saw him named in the 2014 Dream Team and he was part of the Saints side that won the Grand Final.
Saints’ Chairman Eamonn McManus said: “Tommy has proven himself as a natural, and sometimes unnatural, try scorer for the Saints.
“He’s one of our many academy trained players in what is a very young and exciting first team squad. It will only improve further this season and in the seasons ahead.
“It’s more than satisfying to lock him in for four years and I’m sure he’s going to share in more success with his teammates.”
Tommy Makinson added: “I’ve already had a great four seasons with the first team at my boyhood club. It’s a thrill to know that I’ll now be part of it for the foreseeable future.
“We have a great and young squad who know each other well and who’ll be doing everything to keep the Club at the top. It’s a great time to be at St Helens.”
Tommy made his debut against Salford in February 2011 and was called up by England Knights two years later.
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