PORT ADELAIDE key defender Tom Clurey has signed a four-year contract extension to remain at Alberton until at least the end of 2023.

Clurey has been in strong form at the start of the 2019 Toyota AFL Premiership Season, and he is excited by the prospect of continuing that form into the future.

“It’s great to sign a long-term deal to remain at the club,” Clurey said.

“I have loved my time at Port Adelaide so far, and I am really excited by the group we have.

“As a defensive unit we are gelling really well, but we are always looking at areas where we can improve.”

Port Adelaide’s General Manager - Football Chris Davies said he has been pleased with the progression of the key defender.

“It’s great news for the club to sign Tom on a four-year deal,” he said.

“He’s a really important player in our young and exciting defensive setup, and he has been in some good form.

“We look forward to his continued development and leadership for the rest of the season and beyond.”

The 25-year-old has played 67 games for the Power since being drafted with pick 29 in the 2012 national draft.

In other exciting contract news, Robbie Gray and former skipper Travis Boak have both signed one-year extensions.

The pair met trigger clauses in their respective contracts, which will see each of them remain at Alberton until at least the end of 2020.