Emerging midfield gun Noah Anderson has shown his faith in Gold Coast's direction and AFL finals aspirations by signing a four-year contract extension.
Anderson, the 2019 No.2 draft pick behind teammate and close friend Matt Rowell, has committed to the Suns through to the end of 2027, when he is eligible for free agency.
The 21-year-old follows the likes of Rowell (2025), Jack Lukosius (2026) and Ben King (2024) in committing to the Suns long-term.
"I feel at home and this is the best place for me to play footy," Anderson said in a statement.
"We want to play finals, that's a big goal for us this year and the years ahead. Premierships is what we want and to make the community proud of us."
Anderson enjoyed a breakout season in 2022, collecting 14 Brownlow Medal votes and finishing runner-up in the Suns' best and fairest after averaging 26.1 disposals per game.
But he is yet to play finals, with Gold Coast the AFL's only team never to make the top eight.
"We are thrilled to have Noah commit to the club for four more years," Suns list boss Craig Cameron said.
"He joins a number of players to have committed their long-term future to the club as we look to contend and achieve success."