HENRY Speight is keen to continue his rugby career with the Super Rugby franchise ACT Brumbies.
The 24-year-old Fijian wing joined Brumbies in the 2011 Super Rugby season and has cemented his place in the starting lineup.
Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald, Speight, whose contract with Brumbies is believed to be up by end of this season, said he was eager to continue his development under (Brumbies) coach Jake White.
"I'm just leaving it to the Brumbies and my manager to hopefully come to an agreement," Speight told the Sydney Morning Herald.
"I want to be loyal to the Brumbies for giving me the opportunity. I am proud to play in Canberra and I just want to repay the Brumbies."
Before signing for the Brumbies, Speight was playing for the Waikato team in the ITM Cup competition in New Zealand.
The former national age group rep was recruited by Waikato after he starred for Fiji at the under-19 world championships.
According to the Brumbies club website, team mate Christian Lealiifano spotted Speight while he was playing for Waikato in the ITM Cup in 2010. "Speight was recruited to the Australian Capital where he displayed all the skills to suggest he can be a star of the future," the website said.
Speight made his debut for the Brumbies against his former side, Waikato Chiefs, in the opening week of the 2011 Super Rugby season.
He went on to claim another 11 caps and three tries throughout the year. Speight aims to stay with Brumbies for three years and contest for a Wallabies jersey.