DELIGHTED Giants star Luke Robinson has admitted he jumped at the chance to sign a new two-year extension.
The 25-year-old former Wigan scrum half was in the final season of a three-year contract following his switch from Salford.
But such has been his impact at the start of Super League XV that the Giants have acted quickly to tie him down to a deal which will keep him at the club until the end of 2012.
And Robinson couldn’t be happier.
“I’ve loved every minute of my time here, and it’s fantastic to think I’ll be around for at least the next two years,” said Robinson, who will be looking to celebrate the new deal by inspiring the Giants to Super League success over champions Leeds Rhinos at the Galpharm on Sunday.
“Last year was amazing, getting to the Challenge Cup final at Wembley and finishing third in Super League.
“And I’ve no doubt at all we can go on and be even more successful over the next few years.
“With the set-up we’ve got here I know we’re now in a position to start winning silverware, and it’s a great feeling to know the club want me as we continue to progress.
“Because I’m so settled at the club I was hoping there might be something for me, so I jumped at the chance when the offer came along. I couldn’t be happier.”