Wallabies star Quade Cooper will look to add upon his 53 test caps.
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Wallabies and Queensland Reds fly-half Quade Cooper has re-signed with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) for another year.
The new contract will take Cooper through to the end 2015, making him available for the World Cup.
The 26-year-old missed a large portion of this season with a shoulder surgery and will be looking to add on his 53 Test caps with the Wallabies.
“I really enjoyed the spring tour, even though some of the results weren’t what we wanted,” Cooper said in an ARU statement.
“We’re working hard to improve and I’m confident we’ve got a great group of players going into 2015.
“I love being at the Reds and playing rugby for Australia, and am looking forward to the opportunities next year.”
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika had Cooper on the bench for the four Tests in October and November, but says the Reds man has plenty to offer.
“I’ve really enjoyed coaching Quade on the spring tour. He brings a lot to the team on and off the field,” Cheika said.
“He’s clearly a quality player and has proven himself at a state and national level for many seasons.
“From watching him play in Super Rugby, and during recent weeks, it’s clear he has a lot to offer and I’m glad he’s chosen to continue his future with Australian rugby.”