Through his first two seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster has been one of the most promising young stars in the league that has put forth a bright future ahead of him.

According to Jacob Klinger of, this is something that Smith-Schuster voiced on Thursday that he wants to cultivate his entire career as a member of the Steelers.

Smith-Schuster has already engrained himself as a major part of the franchise behind his increasingly impressive performance on the field as he has become one of the most productive wide receivers in the league in his second season. This has already pushed him to tally nearly 2,000 receiving yards up to this point in his career prior to his 22nd birthday on Sunday, which has pushed him beyond Hall of Famer Randy Moss for most yards for a player before at that age.

He has been a huge part of their current success and will continue to be so regardless of how long his career will span. He has proven to be a game-changing talent next to All-Pro wideout Antonio Brown as he quickly helped them possess one of the best 1-2 combos in the passing game. This has given the team an even more explosive passing game that has elevated them to be among the best in the league and should continue to put them in the picture to contend for the Super Bowl.

Smith-Schuster is currently in the second year of his four-year rookie deal that should see the team give him a new lucrative extension at some point over the next couple of years. Nonetheless, it is clear that his intentions are to play out his entire career with the franchise over the likely the next decade-plus. This all but solidifies the fact that the Steelers have in place another cornerstone player for the long haul.