Live wire utility back Nathan Ross has been rewarded for his strong 2015 season with an upgraded contract.
The new deal will see him become a full time player with the Knights after spending two seasons as a part timer.
"It means I can focus a lot more on my football, and I hope the extra time on the paddock is going to result in bigger and better performances," a delighted Ross told Knights TV.
"Last year I was working and training, so they were long days and it was very hard.
"It just makes this all the sweeter now."
Spending most of his time at the Knights so far as an all-action fullback in NSW Cup, Ross made his NRL debut in Round 21 of the 2015 season.
He went on to score two tries in six appearances and further endearing himself to red and blue fans with his passionate approach to football.
Ross started his 2016 pre-season on Monday with his eyes firmly set on more NRL appearances.