Promising Reds talent Moses Sorovi isn't going anywhere, signing with the Reds until the end of 2020.
Sorovi's fast feet and clean service caught the eye this season, earning a string of starts in the back half of the season alongside Hamish Stewart.
The pair appear to be Queensland's next established halves pair - though Sorovi has Tate McDermott and James Tuttle to compete with moving forward.
"It’s good to see Moses commit to the Reds for another couple of years," Reds coach Brad Thorn said.
"He really staked his spot in the squad in 2018 and he is an exciting young player."He’s one of a number of young players who have committed to what we’re trying to do here at Ballymore.
Sorovi's line bending running game is without question his best asset and it has now developed to the point where he featured in the Queensland 23 for their last nine games of the season.
The 22-year-old will play an integral part in Thorn's rebuild as the Reds strive to step out of the Super Rugby cellar.
"I’m really enjoying my rugby at Ballymore and I feel confident about the way I’m developing as a player," Sorovi said.
"It was good to get a lot of game time at the back end of the Super Rugby season, I got into a good rhythm.
"I’m looking forward to 2018 and hope I can give more back to the team and the Rugby community."