Greater Western Sydney have extended head coach Leon Cameron’s contract by a further two AFL seasons.
Cameron, who began with the Giants as an assistant under Kevin Sheedy in 2013, will remain at the helm until the end of 2018.
In his second year in the top job, Cameron guided his side to a club record 11 wins in the 2015 season, with the Giants finishing 11th on the ladder.
“It was a really easy decision to re-sign. It gives myself, our coaching staff and the playing group a great opportunity to keep progressing and hopefully reach the ultimate goal of a premiership,” said Cameron on Thursday.
“Having lived in Sydney for three years, this city and this club feels like home to me and my family, and I want to be part of this club that proudly represents Western Sydney and Canberra on the national stage.
“Like the 10 players who re-signed last year, I’ve committed to this club because we have a fantastic culture at the Giants and are building something special.”