GOLD Coast has continued its re-signing spree with Jarrod Harbrow, Danny Stanley and Alex Sexton all extending their stays at the club.

Harbrow has committed until the end of 2017, while Stanley and Sexton will be at the Suns until at least the end of 2016.

The news comes hot on the heels of former No. 1 draft pick David Swallow re-signing for a further three years.

Former No. 3 pick Sam Day has also recently re-signed, while last year's draft crop of Kade Kolodjashnij, Sean Lemmens and Jack Leslie have all extended their deals.

Harbrow and Stanley's commitment ensures the Suns retain two of their original players. 

Harbrow came to the club as an uncontracted player after 70 games with the Western Bulldogs, and has now established himself as a leader on and off the field during his 58 games with the Suns.

The 25-year-old said his switch to the Suns had been a great move.

"The first couple of years were challenging, but the team is going in the right direction," Harbrow said.

"We’ve got a really good group who are desperate for Gold Coast to succeed."

After five games in four years at Collingwood, Stanley was delisted and has been on the Gold Coast even longer than Harbrow, playing the club's initial year in the VFL in 2010 before entering the AFL.

Playing a variety of roles from half-forward to midfield to half-back, the consistent Stanley has finished in the top-six in all three club champion vote counts.

"I suppose it has been a unique path, but I’m really enjoying my football and can’t what for what the future brings here on the Gold Coast," Stanley said.

 Sexton has played 10 games since being selected as a local talent access selection at the 2011 draft, but had his season cut short last year by a dislocated shoulder. 

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