Isaac Liu has extended his contract with the reigning premiers until the end of 2016.
Young Sydney Roosters prop Isaac Liu has re-signed with the premiers for two more seasons.
Liu made his NRL debut in round four last year, and although he played a majority of the season, he missed out on Grand Final selection.
Liu joins a core group of players who have come through the Roosters junior ranks together – including Dylan Napa, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and Kane Evans – to have re-signed with the club.
The 23-year-old expressed his delight in re-signing with the Roosters.
“I’m so happy to commit to the Roosters, the Club has been great to me and I’m learning so much from Robbo,” he said.
“Hopefully I’ll continue to learn and improve with the team over the next few years.”
Roosters coach Trent Robinson said Liu was a key part of the club’s long-term plans.
“Isaac has worked really hard to get himself to where he is,” said Robinson.
“A quiet achiever, ‘Ice’ is a fierce competitor and with his great work ethic, he will only continue to grow as a player over the coming seasons,” he said.
“It’s really pleasing news for the Roosters to have him locked in to our long-term plans.”