Former Fiji Bati prop Reagan Campbell-Gillard has re-committed to the Eels just a week after it was revealed that he wanted to join the Dolphins.
The Parramatta front-rower has signed a new deal that’s linked him with the Eels until the end of 2025.
This comes after Campbell-Gillard’s manager hinted the front-rower’s desire to play under Wayne Bennett at the new expansion club.
Eels general manager of football Mark O’Neill said Campbell-Gillard has been a great asset to the club.
Campbell-Gillard has played 41 NRL games with the Eels since crossing from the Panthers ahead of season 2020.
He has played a total of 155 matches with Penrith and Parramatta since making his debut in the opening round of the 2015 season.