Harry Wells has agreed new contract terms with Leicester Tigers.
Peterborough-born Wells came through the Tigers academy system to make his senior debut in 2013 and now has more than 60 first-team appearances for the club, becoming an almost ever-present in the matchday squad last two seasons.
Tigers head coach Geordan Murphy said: “Harry has worked his way right through the system here to become an established first-team player. He’s still developing as a player, keen to learn and a valued member of the first-team squad.”
Wells, 25, said: “This is home. This is the club I’ve always wanted to play for and I’m really excited where the club is going. Geordan is pulling this place in the right direction and I’m enjoying playing for him.
“This is a close group, who are keen to work together and have all bought into what we want to build and where we want to go.
“I grew up watching the club and the big names playing for it, so for me to do that means everything.
“I want to continue in the direction I’m going, playing more and more, which I’ve been doing this season, and I want to keep contributing on a more regular basis.”