PORT ADELAIDE forward Charlie Dixon has recommitted to the club after agreeing to terms on a three-year contract extension.
Dixon arrived at Alberton in the 2015 trade period and has played 83 games for the club so far in five seasons after 65 games for Gold Coast.
The 29-year-old has booted 239 career goals including 27 in 13 games so far in 2020.
Dixon’s contract extension will see him remain with the club until at least the end of the 2023 season.
“I couldn’t be happier to sign on to go around again for the next three seasons with the Port Adelaide Football Club,” Dixon said.
“We’ve got a great group of young players coming through and I love being here and playing with them.
“It’s an exciting future to be a part of.”
Dixon’s re-signing comes a day after midfielder Sam Powell-Pepper recommitted to the club for three years.
“It’s pleasing, but not surprising, that Charlie has chosen to recommit his future to the club,” said General Manager – Football, Chris Davies.
“Charlie has made Adelaide his home and he’s made Port Adelaide his home. He’s a favourite of the players and evidently the members and supporters.
“He’s been in some dominant form this season, possibly the best of his career, and he’s an important part of our not just our forward set up, but our side as a whole.”