Catalans Dragons half-back, Thomas Bosc, has penned a new three-year deal which will keep him at the Perpignan club until the end of the 2011 season.
Bosc is currently in Australia playing for France in this year's World Cup. And this after having a fantastic 245-point season with Catalans Dragons, finishing just behind Wigan's Pat Richards.
Speaking about his new deal, "I'm delighted to extend my contract," Thomas said. "I'm very close to the club. We have improved a lot since our debuts in Super League and I'm sure we will continue our progression with a new coach and a competitive squad."
The 25-year-old has been an inspirational player and a key instrument in Catalans strong season finish, which saw them through to the playoffs of this years engage Super League season.
The Dragons General Manager, Christophe Levy, said: "This is fantastic news for Catalans. Thomas has done a great job for the club over the last three years."
Levy continued to say, "He made a lot of progress since his debut in Super League to become a very skillful player. He's an iconic player for the club and a product of the academy."
We wish Thomas a very successful year in the 2009 season.
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