JOSH Charnley has joined several teammates in committing his long-term future to Warrington Wolves.

The prolific winger has penned a new two-year contract that will keep him at The Halliwell Jones Stadium until November 2022.

After a spell in rugby union with Sale Sharks, Charnley returned to league with The Wire in March 2018 and became an instant hit with the fans after scoring twice on his debut against neighbours Widnes Vikings.

Overall, the 28-year-old has an impressive record of 40 tries in 51 appearances for Warrington and head coach Steve Price is delighted the former Wigan man is sticking around.

> Josh Charnley speaks about signing a new deal

“Josh has been outstanding since he’s come to our football club. He’s everything that we stand for,” he said.

“He’s the ultimate professional who’s all about the team and brings a huge amount of energy in and around our organisation.

“He’s an outstanding try-scorer and a great finisher so we’re stoked to get him signed up for a couple more years.”

Charnley joins the likes of Daryl Clark, Jake Mamo, Toby King, Joe Philbin and fellow winger Tom Lineham in penning fresh terms with The Wire during this season.