Caleb Daniel during the 2022 AFL Round 1 match between Melbourne and Western Bulldogs (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

The Western Bulldogs have secured the signature of a premiership player, with Caleb Daniel committing to the club until at least 2026.

The 25-year-old debuted in 2015 and has gone on to play 146 matches in red, white and blue, becoming an important part of the Bulldogs lineup.

So far in 2022, Daniel has played 12 games, averaging an impressive 24.5 disposals, 395.8 metres gained and 4.3 rebound 50s per game.

Daniel said he was excited to commit to the club long-term, eager to experience more success at the Kennel.

“I am really excited to sign on at the Club for the next four years,” Daniel said.

“I’ve built some amazing friendships at this football club and am incredibly grateful to pull on the jumper each week with this group.

“As a club, we’ve had lot of success over recent times but we’re extremely hungry to improve and continually drive each other to be better.”

General Manager of List and Recruiting at the Bulldogs, Sam Power, praised Daniel's professionalism and leadership around the club.

"Caleb is not only a key member of our playing group but a quality individual who is a big part of the future of the Western Bulldogs,” Power said.

“He has established himself as an extremely consistent performer over a number of years and we are thrilled to extend his contract for a further four seasons at the Club.

“His professionalism and ability to impact matches from defence has been exceptional, with his growth being rewarded by the Club, named in the leadership group for this season.

“A long-term commitment demonstrates the confidence that Caleb has in the direction of the Club, as the Bulldogs push for success on and off the field for years to come.”

Daniel was awarded an All Australian blazer in 2020, along with a best and fairest award in the same year.