Matt Moylan will set his sights on a career covering more than 200 NRL games after extending his future at the Sharks.
What seemed physically impossible only 12 months ago, Moylan’s renewed focus and steel has been rewarded with a new two-year deal at Cronulla.
Moylan, 31, has agreed to terms on the two-year contract that will provide the 161-gamer with the opportunity to reach a memorable 200-game milestone.
Influential in the Sharks rain-soaked win over the Bulldogs, Moylan has produced a remarkable job to restore the belief in his body and ability.
Flawed by hamstring and calf issues, Moylan was unable to train over back-to-back days last year.
Yet with the faith of Sharks coach Craig Fitzgibbon, Moylan has transformed his attention towards training, extras and diet.
He has rediscovered his damaging running game and struck a formidable attacking combination with Nicho Hynes to catapult the Sharks into the top-four.
The former NSW Origin player has played every game this season with Saturday’s 15th appearance the best start to a season since helping steer the Sharks to a preliminary final in 2018.