BEN Reynolds’ future is already secure until November 2023 but the Leigh half back wants to extend his stay beyond his current contract term.

Reynolds showed his commitment to the Centurions’ cause by signing a two-year deal last season.

And the 28-year-old playmaker is enjoying his rugby so much this term with the Betfred Championship leaders, he’s already looking beyond next season.

“I will be pushing for a new deal, hopefully soon,” confirmed Reynolds whose two tries and three goals in last Sunday’s 60-6 win at Dewsbury took him beyond 1,000 career points.

“My whole mind set has changed in the last six to eight months after my (ACL) injury last year.

“I wanted to enjoy my rugby again and that’s exactly what I am doing now. I have had some great times here in the past.

“But this is completely different. You want to go training every day and see your mates.”

“That shows on the field because we want to play for each other and not let anyone down.

“There were only six or seven of us in pre-season but everyone who has come in since then at whatever time has bought into what we want to achieve.

“There have been no groups off on their own; everyone has been together. We all train hard together and know we want the same outcome.

“I am sure I am going to look back on this season as being one of my most enjoyable.”

Reynolds could have regretted his decision to leave Toulouse early last year to re-join Leigh, especially as the two clubs swapped positions at the end of 2021.

“I would only regret the things I didn’t do. And if I hadn’t comeback I would have regretted that,” he said.

“It was a tough year last season with Leigh getting relegated and not being able to help because I was injured.

“However, I think if I hadn’t have come back when I did, I wouldn’t be enjoying my rugby as much as I am now. I am fit and loving every minute of it.”

Leigh travel to Cumbria for a second time in a fortnight when they visit Whitehaven on Sunday looking to secure a 19th successive Championship win.

The sides previously met on the opening day of the season when Centurions ran out 50-4 winners, the first of seven times Adrian Lam’s side has notched 50 or more points in 2022.

It is one of eight remaining games in the regular season before the top six play-offs start scheduled for September 18.

Leigh, however, are on course to begin their campaign at home a week later in the semi-finals against the lowest placed winner from the week one fixtures.

The two semi-final winners will meet in the

This year’s final is on October 2 with the victors advancing to Super League for 2023.