The midfielder has committed to Fremantle until the end of the 2017 season.
Star young midfielder Nat Fyfe has committed to Fremantle after signing a three-year deal that will take him to the end of the 2017 season.
The 22-year-old was out of contract at the end this season and said he was excited to re-sign with the club.
“I’ve really enjoyed playing with Freo and I’m from WA,” he said.
“Ultimately, the best fit for me was to stay here in Freo.”
Fyfe cited club culture as being the key reason for staying with the Dockers.
“There’s a strong culture being built now since the acquisition of Ross Lyon and his coaching staff,” Fyfe said.
“That culture is really driven by the players – high accountability, high standards.
“It’s great to be a part of that building process and I really want to be a part of that going forward from here.”
General Manager of playing management Brad Lloyd shared his delight in the club’s re-signing of the 2013 club champion.
Nathan has become an integral part of our midfield group,” Lloyd said.
“He is a super competitor who has had a strong intent and focus to get the best out of himself from the day he arrived at the football club He is still only 22 years of age, so we look forward to his continued progression in the coming years.”
Fyfe was drafted at pick 20 in the 2009 National Draft and enjoyed a breakout season in 2011 where he finished runner-up to captain Matthew Pavlich in the Doig Medal, before winning it in 2013.