Salford’s Robert Lui signs new two-year deal with the club
Last Updated: 27/06/17 8:30pm
Robert Lui has become the latest out-of-contract Salford player to commit his future to the club.
The 27-year-old former Wests Tigers and North Queensland half-back, now in his second season at the AJ Bell Stadium, has signed a new two-year deal that will take him to the end of the 2019 season.
The Australian's re-signing leaves only fellow countryman Todd Carney's future at the club yet to be resolved.
"Rob has been the player that everyone has been asking me when he'll be re-signing which shows the impact he has had in his two seasons with us," said Salford coach Ian Watson.
"After negotiations, I'm ecstatic that we've managed to re-sign one of the best half-backs in the competition. This again signals our intentions to bring in and keep top quality at this club.
"Rob is a real entertainer and a really important player for us. He has come from being a back-up in Australia to a key part of our side and the development in his game has been obvious in the two years he has been here.
"He is great to work with, he's always willing to learn and he has a great relationship with the rest of the team, something that will only help us going forward."