Fremantle midfielder Stephen Hill is on track to become a Docker for life after signing a contract extension that will tie him to the AFL club until the end of 2019.
Hill was due to come out of contract at the end of next season, but his new four-year extension means he will be 29 by the time his next deal rolls around.
The 24-year-old's re-signing comes just days after goalsneak Michael Walters penning a new deal to remain at the Dockers until 2018.
Hill, the number three pick from the 2008 national draft, said he was happy to remain in his home state.
"I just love the club and it's really grown over the past few years," Hill said.
"The future looks really good and I want to be a part of it.
"The playing group has formed a really close bond - we're all good mates."
Hill has played 128 career games and kicked 83 goals.
The speedy midfielder averaged 22 disposals across his 20 games this season, including 28 possessions in the semi-final loss to Port Adelaide.