Winger Kevin Gordon has re-signed with Gold Coast for a further three NRL seasons.
The 24-year-old, who signed for the Titans as a teenager, will stay with the club until the end of the 2017 season under the new deal.
Gordon, just six games away from becoming the 10th player to achieve 100 NRL matches for the club, said it's his aim to be a one-club player.
"In my junior days I only played for one club too - the Sawtell Panthers," the New South Welshman said.
"I'm only a few games away from 100 NRL games for the Titans and that's a pretty special milestone, especially seeing I have been here from the start and only nine other players have achieved that."
Recruited as a 16-year-old in 2007, Gordon was elevated to the club's first-grade team in 2009 after scoring 21 tries in 21 appearances in the Titans' 2008 under-20s campaign.
Titans coach John Cartwright said keeping foundation players such as Gordon at the club is important.
"Kevin has been with us from the start, we regard him as a Gold Coast local, and his best playing days should be ahead of him," Cartwright said.
"It's important that we retain players like him who we have brought through the system."