Collingwood have confirmed the re-signings of John Noble, Jack Madgen and Tom Wilson for the future.

Noble has inked a new two-year extension to remain in the black and white until the end of the 2023 season, looking to extend his 44 game tally with the Magpies.

Wilson and Madgen have signed on for a further 12 months, with the newly-recommitted trio all playing roles in Collingwood's backline throughout 2021.

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Noble played all 22 games this year in shifting positions between defence and the wing, offering plenty of poise and pace for the Magpies.

Madgen featured in a career-high 19 matches in 2021, bringing his games tally to 40 with Collingwood.

Wilson made his AFL debut this season, with his maiden showing coming against the Swans in Round 9 before adding a further three appearances to his young career.

Speaking on the signing news, Magpies football boss Graham Wright expressed his pleasure to have the trio remain at Magpieland for the future.

“We are pleased to reward John with another two years and Jack with another season. Both boys played a key role in the Pies’ backline this year,” Wright said.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JULY 12: John Noble and Isaac Quaynor of the Magpies lead the team into the rooms after winning the round 17 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Collingwood Magpies at Optus Stadium on July 12, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

“Tom has proven himself in the VFL and has shown great promise at AFL level. He returned to the game at a time when it was hard to play consistent VFL football because of the coronavirus but matured greatly as a player this year and we see him as part of the group of young players in our program that are pushing through.”

The triple signing sees Collingwood continue their off-season of retentions, with Aiden Begg (2022), Trent Bianco (2022), Jack Ginnivan (2022), Ashley Johnson (2022), Scott Pendlebury (2023), Trey Ruscoe (2023) all committing to new deals this year.

The Magpies announced last week that Brayden Sier and Jay Rantall would not be offered new contracts for 2022, while forward Josh Thomas announced his retirement from the game.