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Storm playmaker Cameron Munster has responded to recent speculation by reiterating he is fully committed to the club through to the end of his current contract.

Speaking at AAMI Park on Saturday, Munster set the record straight about the 2023 NRL season where he hopes to become Storm’s next 200-game player.

“Myself or my management haven’t asked for a release,” Munster said.

“I’m contracted and committed to this club. I’m committed to the club until next year.

“Every week there is something coming up about myself. It’s getting a little bit frustrating.”

Cameron Munster Media | I've committed to the club until 2023

The Queensland representative star, who is looking to overcome a shoulder injury to be ready for Origin 3 and the remainder of Storm’s regular season, left no questions about his intentions for the remainder of his current contract.

“I’ve committed to the Club until 2023,” Munster reiterated.

“My main goal is to win a premiership for Storm this year and next year as well.”

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