Broncos re-sign David Mead for another season

David Mead scores a try for the Broncos.
David Mead scores a try for the Broncos. GLENN HUNT

BRONCOS flyer David Mead has signed on with Brisbane for another year, despite interest from Super Leage club Warrington.

The Broncos announced the re-signing of Mead for another season on Friday morning, with the winger to be at Red Hill until the end of 2018.

Mead, who will start in Friday night's clash against the Rabbitohs in what will be his 150th NRL match, was being chased by Warrington but revealed last week he wanted to stay in Brisbane to win a premiership.

"I want to stay and I'm hoping the Broncos want to keep me," Mead said.

"My family likes Brisbane and I really enjoy the culture of the club.

"Winning a premiership is the first thing on my mind and the Broncos give me the best chance of that."

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