HOMEGROWN star Connor Wrench’s new deal with Warrington Wolves has finally been confirmed.

The 20-year-old outside back confirmed last month he had penned fresh terms with his hometown club and now, The Wire have announced a new three-year contract for the academy product.

It means Wrench is now tied to the club until November 2025, and all associated with Wire will hope he continues his impressive development.

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Seven tries in 15 senior appearances have helped him cement a spot in the side, and the former Woolston Rovers junior is excited to keep going.

Warrington Guardian:

Connor Wrench has scored seven tries in 15 senior appearances for Warrington Wolves. Picture by Mike Boden

“I’m buzzing to have signed a new deal,” he said.

“It’s massive for me being a Warrington lad to play for this club. It’s what you dream of watching from the stands as a kid and I play now with some of the lads who I grew up watching.

“It’s a big thing for me and I’m happy to continue to do that in the future.

“It’s been class having Powelly [Daryl Powell]’s support. As a player you want that belief from your coach.

“He’s given me a run on the wing now and has been helping me adjust to that.

“Hopefully I can get more games, more tries and we’ll be in that top six come the back end of the year.”

A centre by trade, the majority of Wrench’s game time of late has been on the right wing in place of Josh Charnley, who is leaving the club at the end of this season.

While his short-term future is on the flanks, head coach Daryl Powell insists supporters can expect to see the speedster in his preferred position down the line.

Warrington Guardian:

Connor Wrench touches down against Catalans. Picture by Joe Richardson

“I’m so pleased that Connor’s agreed to stay.

“At the moment I see him getting experience on the wing but he’s going to be a class centre for this club in the future.

“He’s grown physically in recent months and his speed is electric.

“Once he starts to grow his confidence and knowledge as a player then he can be anything he wants.

“Signing this new deal now gives him the platform to go on and prove how good he can be.”