MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 31: Cody Weightman of the Bulldogs and Arthur Jones of the Bulldogs react during a Western Bulldogs Training Session at ETU Stadium on August 31, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Pockett/Getty Images)

The Western Bulldogs have re-signed livewire forward Arthur Jones for another two seasons, locking in the teenager until the end of 2025.

Since making his debut in Round 3 against Brisbane, Jones has solidified his place in the best 22 due to his ferocious pressure.

Before debuting in the red, blue, and white three rounds ago, in 2022 Jones spent the majority of his football playing for the Bulldogs' VFL side, appearing in 16 matches.

Bulldogs' General Manager of List Management and Recruiting Sam Power said it is pleasing to lock away one of the side's future pieces.

"Arthur has had a taste of senior football this year and has shown some exciting qualities across the forward line with his pressure and pace," Power said.

"He has an infectious personality and loved team member that brings energy and enthusiasm to the group on and off the field.

"We look forward to Arthur running out in the red, white, and blue for years to come."

Hailing from Mount Barker in Western Australia, Jones was selected 43rd overall in the 2021 draft.