STEFAN Ratchford insists he has ‘unfinished business’ with Warrington Wolves after penning a new deal at the club.

The utility player has agreed a new and improved deal that will keep him at the club until November 2018.

The 26-year-old has quashed rumours of a move to the NRL by committing his future to Wolves and is keen to add a Grand Final winners’ medal to his Challenge Cup successes.

The former Salford man said: “I’m really enjoying my time at Warrington and playing in Super League.

“We have an exciting squad here at the Wolves and I can only see it getting better with the new signings joining us for next season.

“We have a bit of unfinished business with the Grand Final and I’d love to win more with this group of lads.

“There are quite a few of us with long-term deals and it’s great that we will all be together for the next few years – it’s fantastic to be part of.”

Wolves’ head of coaching and rugby Tony Smith added: “To tie Stefan down for this length of time is fantastic news for the club.

“There’s no doubt a player of Stefan’s quality was getting attention from the NRL. His versatility is invaluable; in whichever position he is selected, he plays with a smile and does an outstanding job.

“He is a genuine match winner and can do special things. I’m delighted he’ll be continuing to do this in Warrington colours for many years.”

Ratchford signed from neighbouring Super League side Salford ahead of the 2012 season making his Warrington debut in the February of that year.

He has gone on to make 86 appearances, including 28 this season. He’s crossed for 39 tries, kicked 96 goals and two drop-goals.

Ratchford was a member of the Challenge Cup-winning team in his first season with Warrington, also stepping out at Old Trafford in the back-to-back Grand Finals of 2012 and 2013.

On the international scene, he has represented England Knights while also being named in the England Elite training squad on a number of occasions, most recently ahead of this Autumn’s Four Nations.