Champion Kangaroo Todd Goldstein will remain a one-club player after signing a fresh one-year deal that should see him play his 300th game next season.
Even the 34-year-old was unsure mid-year whether he would continue at North Melbourne in 2023 but told News Corp in July he felt he had at least another season left in him.
New coach Alastair Clarkson agreed, with Goldstein, an All-Australian and club champion in 2015, to continue bringing a veteran presence for the Roos, who are set to be active in this year’s trade period.
“You’re always pleased to have that out of the way and can focus on going forward,” Goldstein said.
“There was very little doubt that I was planning on wanting to stay – it was just more finalising the details – but I’m very excited for what next year can bring.”
Goldstein partnered Tristan Xerri in the ruck until the latter underwent season-ending…