North Melbourne forward Paul Curtis has recommitted to the club for a further two years, penning a deal that will tie him to Arden Street until the end of 2025.

The 19-year-old made his debut for North in Round 6 and has gone on to play ten consecutive games, kicking six goals thus far.

Selected with pick 35 in the 2021 AFL draft, Curtis is an exciting young forward who showed plenty of promise at junior and VFL level before earning a senior call up.

Curtis told club media that he was looking forward to the future at North Melbourne.

“I’m absolutely stoked to sign on. It’s such a young group and to have the experience playing [10] games, I’m just stoked to be here and ride the journey,” Curtis said.

North Melbourne's head of football performance Dan McPherson said the club was looking forward to seeing Curtis continue to develop at Arden Street.

“We’ve been really pleased with how Paul has come along this season and to have him sign on until the end of 2025 is a great boost for the club,” McPherson said.

“He’s acquitted himself really well at AFL level this year and a lot of that comes down to the hard work he’s been putting in on the training track. He’s a mature young man with great character, and the growth he’s displayed so far is going to hold him in good stead for his career at North Melbourne.”