JAKE Mamo says he is happy to put all talk of his long-term future to bed so early into his Warrington Wolves career.

The Australian utility back has signed a two-year extension to his contract with The Wire – the fourth new deal the club have agreed this month after Tom Lineham, Joe Philbin and Toby King signed new terms last week.

Mamo had only signed a one-year deal when he joined Warrington from Huddersfield Giants but he is now tied to The Halliwell Jones Stadium until November 2021.

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Having featured at full-back, wing and centre in his six appearances this year, the 24-year-old has shown his versatility and has come up with three tries, including two on his first start for the club against Castleford on March 7.

He admits he felt pressure to perform in order to secure his future beyond this season but now hopes to continue playing a part in helping Wolves turn an excellent start into a successful season.

“I’m really happy to have signed a new deal pretty early on in the season,” the former Newcastle Knights man said.

“I think there is sometimes a bit of pressure, when you’ve only got a one-year contract, to perform well.

“I’ve had a few games now in a few different positions, filling in where the team needs me and I’m grateful to Pricey for having given me that chance and to have signed me up for a couple more years too.

“The playing squad here has made the transition very easy.

“We are performing well at the moment. I hope that continues and I can play my part in that.”