Brisbane pair Lachlan Maranta and Jarrod Wallace will stay with the NRL club until the end of the 2016 season after signing new deals with the Broncos.

Brisbane have secured Jarrod Wallace and Lachlan Maranta on new two-year deals with the NRL club.

The 22-year-olds will stay with the Broncos until at least the end of the 2016 season.

Outside back Maranta and forward Wallace, who both debuted in 2012, have been regulars this season for coach Anthony Griffin.

“As a club, we are pleased to be able to secure both Jarrod and Lachlan for the next chapter of their careers,” Griffin said.

“They have shown this year that they have the ability to be long-term NRL players.”

Both Wallace and Maranta admitted they had received interest from other clubs but were happy to commit their futures to the Broncos.

Maranta – the grandson of original Broncos chairman Barry Maranta – said, in the end, Brisbane was the place he wanted to stay.

“It has been awesome around the team this year. There is such a good feel getting among the group,” he said.

“Obviously, that was a big thing in my decision to stay and it is obviously good to stay in your home town.”