Fremantle have re-signed fan favourite Michael Frederick to a new three-year contract extension to keep him at the club until at least the end of the 2026 season.

The 22-year-old made his debut for the club in 2020 and has since played 32 games for the club, quickly winning over fans for his flair in front of goal.

The young forward has impressed at Fremantle throughout his 15 games so far this season, in which he has averaged 11.1 disposals and 1.3 goals per game.

Speaking to club media, Frederick said he was thrilled to be staying at the club.

“It’s pretty awesome to be honest, I didn’t think it would come around this quick,” Frederick said.

“It’s awesome to be staying around for that long and knowing I’ve got a lot of footy ahead.

“They (Longmuir and Graham) back me in 100 per cent and hearing their feedback…you build a lot of confidence off what they say to you.

“It’s about knowing what your best can possibly be and backing yourself in and trusting yourself.

“The connection and playing a different variety of roles in the forward line each week is something I think I’ve built off really well.

“The goals are nice, but I think I’ve tried to build my game on pressure and tackling this year, that sort of opens up my opportunities to hit the scoreboard.”

Frederick also gave credit to the Fremantle fans, saying that the crowd at Optus Stadium has been "awesome" throughout his time at the club.

“You certainly feel and hear it, it’s something I think I’m still not used to in a way, but I try and take it in my stride and embrace it a lot,” Frederick said.

“The support that the crowd gives to not only myself but to everyone else, you can hear it every week - especially when we kick goals or have a good five-minute swing of momentum our way.

“I’m sure that the fans are a lot of the reason why we get up and about throughout certain quarters or times in games, it’s awesome.”