Darcy Tucker will remain a Fremantle Docker until at least the end of the 2021 season.
The former Horsham Saint signed a two-year contract extension late last week, after a stand-out season in Fremantle's engine room.
Tucker said he was excited to extend his stay in Western Australia.
"It's my fourth year here and its (Perth) just like a big country town for me. Nice weather and chilled, so its good," Tucker told Fremantle Dockers media.
Tucker played all 22 games for the Dockers this season and found another level in his game, lifting his average disposals from 14.3 to 19.1.
The 22-year-old also kicked 10 goals in what was his highest-scoring season to date.
"I think this year I've just been able to bring a more consistent brand of footy each week," Tucker said.
"The more games you play the more comfortable you feel out there. I felt this year I was really confident and comfortable out there and just giving it a good crack."
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