Carlton forward Harry McKay has dedicated his long-term future to the AFL membership, signing a brand new seven-year contract.
The bumper deal will hold the 24-year-old at Ikon Park till 2030.
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McKay joins fellow stars Charlie Curnow (six years) and Sam Walsh (4 years) in signing recent long-term offers on the Blues this 12 months.
Membership captain Patrick Cripps signed a six-year contract a 12 months in the past.
McKay had one other 12 months to run on his current contract and would have been eligible without cost company.
However he has prolonged his deal early in a serious increase for Carlton as they search to interrupt again into the finals underneath Michael Voss.
“It is a dream job playing footy but to do it with this group, where a lot of us have grown up together in a way, it makes this a unique and special environment to be part of,” McKay stated in a press release.
“To come to work every day as part of a group that has a clear vision of where we want to take our football club, that gives you every motivation you need as a player.
“Add to that the support we have from everyone at the club, as well as the most passionate supporter base in the country.
“All those reasons make it obvious why I wanted to commit long term, now the focus is putting ourselves in a position at the end of each season to make a real impact.”
McKay was taken as an underage choice at choose No.10 within the 2015 draft.
The highly effective 204cm marking goal gained the Coleman Medal with 58 objectives in 2021 and kicked 45 this season as his partnership with Curnow flourished.