Cameron Murray commits to Souths, signs on until 2025

Cameron Murray signs with the Rabbitohs for four more years. Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Cameron Murray has committed his future to South Sydney, inking a four-year contract extension which will keep him in red and green until the end of 2025.

Since his debut in 2017, Murray has played 62 NRL games for the Rabbitohs and has made three State of Origin appearances for New South Wales.

"It's very exciting for me and a great relief to have a large chunk of my future sorted now, and to know it will be at this club that I love is very special for me and my family," said Murray. "I've grown up in South Sydney, played my first rep games as a kid in a red and green jersey, and now I get to live my dream every day representing the Rabbitohs.

"I count my lucky stars at how everything has fallen into place and I have no intention of letting this go or slackening off. It means way too much to me, to play for this Club and to represent it every day.

"For almost the next six years at least I will be a Rabbitoh and the journey is really only just starting for me. It's very exciting and I can't wait to represent our members on the field once again, starting this Friday night against the Roosters."

Head of Football at the Rabbitohs, Mark Ellison, said securing Murray's signature was a huge boost for the club.

"Cameron is South Sydney through-and-through and we could not be happier to know he sees his long term future here with the club," Ellison said. "He comes from a great family, has strong values, is already working on his life after football and is very focussed on being the best person, as well as footballer, that he can be every day."