Geelong utility Mark Blicavs has signed a whopping five-year contract extension.
The big man will be tied to the Cats until the end of 2023, almost certainly making him a one-club player.
The 27-year-old won the best and fairest in 2015 and has impressed with his versatility down back, through the midfield and in the ruck.
"Being a one club player is important to me, and the club has shown a lot of faith in me in providing that opportunity," he told the club's website.
"I love the club and the people, and from the first time I stepped inside the club I have wanted to be here.
"Everything here is first class and there is no other group I would want to run out with each week. The focus is on doing everything we can to again be challenging at the end of the season."
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