Port Adelaide swingman Justin Westhoff has triggered a one-year contract extension to remain at the Power for at least another season, the club announced this afternoon.
Westhoff stated that he never entertained the idea of leaving Port via free agency, and that he was ecstatic to remain "at his home".
"I love the club and had no interest in exploring free-agency, this is my home and I'm very happy here," Westhoff told the club website.
"The chance to keep playing my role as part of what we're trying to build here at Port Adelaide is exciting, and to have the trigger activated now leaves me free to focus on doing my job as part of the team for the rest of the season."
Taken at pick 71 in the 2006 national draft, the 30-year-old Westhoff now has the opportunity to clock up 250 AFL games with the Power.