IN-FORM Giant Tom Scully has signed a four-year extension with Greater Western Sydney but at an amount significantly less than his original contract.

Scully, the former Demon, is in the fifth year of a $6 million, six-year deal, but it has been reported that his new contract will be for $500,000 a year.

Already contracted until the end of 2017, Scully's new deal ensures he will be with the Giants for the first 10 years of their existence, tied to the club until 2021.
The 25-year-old wingman is enjoying the best season of his career, averaging 24 disposals and kicking 15 goals through 12 rounds.
An original Giant, Scully said he had no hesitation inking the deal early.
"As someone who has been here from the beginning, it was an easy decision to make and I’m excited about what lies ahead for the club both on and off the field," he said.
"I love this club and I love Sydney. I love playing football with my teammates and I love coming to work every day.
"If this playing group sticks together, we know we can have some success, but it's going to take collective buy-in from the group which I believe we have here."
The former No.1 draft pick moved from Melbourne at the end of 2011 on a controversial and lucrative six-year deal.
Giants football general manager Wayne Campbell said Scully had been through challenging times but never wavered from setting the highest standards at the club.