Wallabies centre Tevita Kuridrani has extended his contract with the Australian Rugby Union for another two years.
The 26‑year‑old Brumbies back admitted he was tempted by offers from other overseas clubs but still has unfinished business in Australia.
Kuridrani says he wants to be in the 2019 World Cup squad.
Kuridrani played his 50th Test last weekend against the Springboks, four years after making his debut in the 2013 Bledisloe Cup.
The Wallabies will host Argentina at 10pm Saturday while the All Blacks will take on the Springboks at 7.35pm.
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