PAUL REILLY will celebrate a final season at the Giants in a shared testimonial match with fellow Huddersfield-born star Keith Senior.
The Giants take on Senior's Leeds Rhinos at Headingley on Sunday, January 28.
It should prove lucrative for both men, with the game the centrepiece of Reilly's benefit year and the four-month testimonial for Great Britain centre Senior.
Fixing up the clash was central to full-back Reilly agreeing a new one-year deal.
The former Moldgreen junior made it clear last month he was keen to stay at the Galpharm and finish his career at his hometown club.
And now he has got his wish.
"Towards the end of the season, there were all these rumours flying around about the possibility of me signing for Bradford," said the 30-year-old, pictured.
"But I always wanted to stay at the Giants, and that's what will now be happening.
"I'm absolutely delighted about it, and getting the testimonial at Leeds early next year is the icing on the cake.
"I'd set my heart on finishing my career at my hometown club, and that's how it looks like it will be.
"I may play amateur rugby league at Moldgreen in the future, but I definitely won't be playing for another club at professional level.
"When this new contract comes to an end I'll have done 11 years at the club, and there are not many players who can say that.
"I've had a great career, playing in a Challenge Cup final and representing England.
"And I've now set my heart on finishing my career on a massive high.
"We've got a great squad coming together for next season, and we're all excited about it. There are good times ahead."
With Reilly's signature now secured, utility back Stuart Donlan and winger Bolu Fagborun are the only players still to sign new deals.
It is believed they have been made offers, but no announcements are not expected in the near future.