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Exciting young front-rower Lloyd Perrett chats to Bulldogs TV about his new four year contract and what it means to continue to wear the blue and white.

Perrett is widely regarded as one of the best young props in the game and for the younger brother of Sam to committ to the club for a further four years, the decision wasn't a hard one.

"I have loved the club ever since I arrived and after been given the opportunity to play first grade this year, I wouldn't want to be any where else," said Perrett.

Des Hasler and the coaching staff were another major factor in Perrett inking a new deal with the Bulldogs.

"I have seen what Des and his staff have done with players here and at other clubs and with his systems he has in place, this will definately help my football," said Perrett.

Lloyd played eight games for the Bulldogs in 2014 and after playing alongside his brother Sam in round 21 against the Penrith Panthers, he knows having his brother at the club played a part in his decision to stay.

"Sam has been playing along time now and I know he is nearing the end of his career, so I would love to get as many games I can alongside him, before he makes a decision on his future," said Perrett.

With the 2015 pre-season under way, Perrett has finally joined the main squad after having end of season ankle surgery and after getting a taste of first grade in 2014, cementing a spot in the starting 17 will be a focus for Lloyd over the summer.

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