Collingwood starlet Isaac Quaynor cannot wait to see what the future holds after penning a deal that will run until the end of the 2025 AFL season.
The Magpies are priced at 11/2 to finish in the top eight and play finals in 2022 and they see the talented defender as a key player for years to come.
The 22-year-old has made a total of 35 appearances for the Magpies including playing 20 matches out of 22 in the 2021 AFL season.
He is looking to kick on an improve even further in the new season and is delighted to have penned the new contract with the club.
"It's pleasing to know I have Collingwood's long term faith and, equally, I was keen to make a commitment," Quaynor said after the deal was announced.
"I feel that I can be my best at Collingwood. It's the right place for me and I was keen to acknowledge that. The fans and the crowds, the general environment, are superb and I'm bullish about what is to come on the field."
Quaynor was under contract for 2022 but the Magpies were keen to tie him down for longer and added another three years to the term.
The deal follows on from contracts for Scott Pendlebury, Brayden Maynard, John Noble and Trey Ruscoe and Magpies football manager Graham Wright believes it is fully deserved.
"We see Isaac as an integral part of our future. He has already developed into a very good medium-sized defender and, in our view, there is so much growth ahead," Wright added.
"He has talent and strength, is a model professional and is an excellent teammate. Isaac can be a cornerstone of our team for a very long time."