Aiden Guerra in action.
Aiden Guerra in action. GRANT TROUVILLE

Aidan Guerra says best is yet to come for Roosters

REPRESENTATIVE forward Aidan Guerra believes he can take his game to another level after committing to the Sydney Roosters until at least 2017.

Guerra enjoyed a breakthrough year last season, earning Origin selection for Queensland before winning his way into the Australian Kangaroo squad which lost the Four Nations final to New Zealand.

The 26-year-old from Cairns earned good reviews from Queensland Origin coach Mal Meninga for his efforts in the State of Origin series and is keen to continue to build on his best seasons since making his debut for the Roosters in 2010.

"Playing for a club like the Roosters is an honour I don't take lightly," Guerra said.

"This is a great club and I'm really happy that I'll continue to represent the Roosters and be a part of this team over the next three years."

Guerra will bring up his 100th NRL mid-season for the Roosters.



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