Collingwood 2023 Premiership defender Isaac Quaynor has signed a fresh deal with the Club.The 24-year-old has penned a five-year contract extension which will see him remain in the black-and-white stripes until at least the end of 2029.A product of Collingwood’s Next Generation Academy, Quaynor was drafted by the Club with pick 13 in 2018.Following his AFL debut against Hawthorn in 2019, Quaynor has gone on to play 85 games for the Club across five seasons. Having taken part in all 27 games for the Pies last season, Quaynor has only missed 14 games throughout his career.Season 2023 was arguably Quaynor’s best to date with the half-back receiving his first All-Australian Squad selection, while finishing in sixth place in the Club’s E. W. Copeland count.Quaynor said he is excited for what the future has in store at Collingwood.“I’ll be forever grateful to Collingwood who gave me my first AFL opportunity back in 2018 and I’m thankful to have secured my future at this Club,” Quaynor said.“The last few seasons have been so special and the environment that’s been created has been amazing. Each week, I can’t wait to run out with this amazing group of players and to do so in front of our incredible Magpie Army.“The future of Collingwood is so bright and I look forward to this next chapter of my journey at this Club.”Collingwood’s General Manager of Football Graham Wright said he was pleased with Quaynor’s commitment to the Club.“We’re excited to have Isaac extend with Collingwood for a further five years,” Wright said.“Throughout his time at the Club, Isaac has shown great commitment to his development which has translated in his impressive contributions on-field particularly throughout the 2022 & 2023 seasons.“Isaac’s maturity and professionalism stand out, and why we regard him as a future leader for this Club.“We’re excited to see him continue to develop and contribute to our football program & Club in the years to come.”