DARYL Clark wants to remain at Warrington Wolves to be part of “something special.”

Rumours of NRL interest in the hooker never seem to be far away, but the 26-year-old has become the latest member of Steve Price’s squad to pledge their long-term future to the club.

He has agreed a three-year extension to his contract that will keep him at The Halliwell Jones Stadium until 2023.

Having been on the losing side in two Super League Grand Finals and three Challenge Cup Finals during his career, the England international says finally breaking his trophy duck is a big motivation for him.

The former Castleford man also believes the recruitment the club has embarked upon helped convince him The Wire was still the place to be.

> Clark agrees new long-term Warrington Wolves deal

“I think this club is striving to be the best,” he said.

“You just have to look at the signings made over the last couple of years to see that.

“I feel that the club and team are going places and I am happy to be a part of that for years to come.

“We are building something special here. I’m really happy to have my future sorted.

“The signings we are making prove we are trying to push for that silverware and compete at the top.

“It would be nice if I could be part of that first team to win the Grand Final and I’ve fallen short in the Challenge Cup a few times too so it would be nice to get one over the next few years.”

Clark shot to fame with hometown club Castleford in 2014 and his form was enough to win him both the Man of Steel prize and the Young Player of the Year award – he is one of only three players in history to have won both awards in the same year.

Since joining The Wire in 2015, Clark has made 134 appearances and after a mixed start to his career in primrose and blue, he is once again approaching his best form.

He has crossed for four tries in 12 games so far in 2019 but feels there is plenty more to come yet.

“I feel that over the last couple of years I’ve been getting back to some of my best and I feel I still have more to offer,” he said.

“The supporters have always been good to me and got behind me since the day I signed, and hopefully they will keep doing that.”