Ospreys wing Tom Grabham has inked a two-year contract extension at the Liberty Stadium that ties him to the Welsh region until the end of 2016/17.
The 23-year-old earns his new deal after featuring regularly in both the PRO12 and the European Rugby Champions Cup for the Ospreys this campaign.
Grabham came through the ranks at his home region and his debut came in an LV= Cup defeat to Exeter Chiefs in October 2011. He has now featured 34 times for the Ospreys, scoring five tries, with 15 of his appearances coming this term.
He has also gained international experience with Wales, captaining his country on the Sevens World Series.
"I'm really pleased to sign for another two years. The Ospreys is my home region and I'm looking forward to the future," said Grabham.
"The main goal for me over the next two years is just to pull on the jersey as much as I can. It's a competitive environment here and when you get the chance you've got to take it or you'll find yourself out of the side.
"It's an exciting time for the Ospreys, we are a young team but we're ambitious about what we can achieve over the next few seasons and I'm happy that I'll be a part of it."