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Off contract at the end of 2007, Farah said he was very pleased with the extension of his current contract.
The 22-year-old was named the Wests Tigers player of the year last Friday.
?There was plenty of speculation I wanted to leave but I always planned to stay with the Wests Tigers,?? Farah said.
?I am very happy here. The club has been great to me and I have played all of my first grade football under coach Tim Sheens.
?It is a big weight off my shoulders and a good feeling to know that I have my immediate future settled. I?m glad that I am going to be part of what will be an exciting few years ahead for the Wests Tigers.??
Coach Tim Sheens said the re-signing of Farah was a tremendous boost for the club.
?Robbie is a very important part of the team and we see him as a possible future leader,?? Sheens said.
?This is a great cornerstone for the club to build on knowing that we have a player of Robbie?s ability on the roster.??