Warrington Wolves second row Ben Westwood has signed a brand new contract to keep him.

The deal means after making his debut in June 21, the 37-year-old will feature.

“I am very much looking forward to the next year at Warrington.

“I shall get my head down and keep training hard so I am prepared for any competition that comes my way.”

Westwood has made 436 appearances and scored 128 attempts during his period with the Wire and played with with the match of his career.

The former England international is one of two players, together with Leeds Rhinos’ Jamie Jones-Buchanan, to have played Super League throughout the last millennium.

“I was really delighted with how Ben went on his business this past year. He nailed his pre-season which has been reflected in his performances throughout the year,” head coach Steve Price said.

“He has been a terrific role model. He’s a first-class guy to coach; I really like all about him and everything he stands for. He is the ultimate warrior.”