Brisbane Lions father-son draft selection Jaspa Fletcher has penned a new two-year deal to stay with the Lions until the end of the 2026 season.

The retention signing comes as the teenager claimed the Round 19 Rising Star nomination for his efforts against Geelong on Saturday.

That match was Fletcher's sixth for Brisbane since making his debut against Sydney in Round 14, with the young utility managing to average 14.3 disposals, 2.5 inside 50s and 5.0 marks per game so far this season.

On Tuesday the club confirmed Fletcher had re-signed for a further two seasons, with he and fellow 2022 draftee Will Ashcroft now both locked in until the end of 2026.

In a club announcement, Fletcher expressed his excitement to have recommitted to the club for a further two years.

“It's very exciting to be at a Club I've always wanted to play for, so to get the chance to sign on for a couple more years is something I am really looking forward to,” he said.

“Due to stress fractures in my back, I missed a lot of the pre-season and had a pretty slow start, which isn't how I wanted to begin my AFL career.

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 16: Jaspa Fletcher of the Lions celebrates with team mate Charlie Cameron of the Lions after kicking a goal during the round 14 AFL match between Brisbane Lions and Sydney Swans at The Gabba, on June 16, 2023, in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

“But I think that has set me up to be where I am now and showed me how hard I do have to work to earn anything in the AFL.

“Now that I am in the team, I just want to make the most of my opportunities and keep playing good footy, play my role and help the team in any way I can.

“We have a great bunch of boys at the Club, and I am really looking forward to seeing how far we can go.”

Fletcher joined Brisbane through last year's National Draft as a first-round father-son selection at Pick 14, following in the footsteps of his father Adrian in playing for the Lions.