Logan McDonald celebrates a goal with teammates during the AAMI Community Series match between Sydney and North Melbourne at Giants Stadium on March 6, 2022. Picture: Getty Images

EMERGING key forward Logan McDonald has inked a two-year contract extension, committing him to Sydney until at least the end of the 2024 season.

Selected by Sydney with the No.4 draft pick in 2020, McDonald was one of three Swans to make their AFL debut in round one, 2021, for that year's season-opening boilover against Brisbane.


Since then, the 19-year-old has kicked nine goals from eight appearances in the red and white.


McDonald said he's thrilled to recommit to the club.

"The Sydney Swans is the only place I ever wanted to be. This is a great club, and I am grateful to be able to commit for another couple of years," he said.

Originally from Western Australia, McDonald admits it was initially a little daunting moving his life across the country at a young age, but he says the transition was made easy thanks to the Swans' culture.

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"Ever since I walked through the doors, I've loved every minute of it," McDonald said.

Logan McDonald during a Sydney training session at Lakeside Oval in 2021. Picture: Getty Images

"The team is such a close-knit group here. I've come from Perth not really knowing anyone in Sydney, but I've built a close bond with a lot of the younger boys and I've loved every minute of it ... This young group is really driven and motivated and I'm really excited to see where we can take it."

Sydney football manager Charlie Gardiner said McDonald was a key part of the club's future.

"Logan is clearly an exciting talent and has shown the potential to perform at the top level, but it is his work ethic and drive to improve that has impressed us the most. He is a terrific young man with a great attitude, so we know he is going to do everything possible to get the best out of himself and his teammates," Gardiner said.