London Irish fly-half Ian Humphreys has signed a one-year contract extension until the end of the 2015/16 season.
Humphreys follows second row George Skivington in penning a contract extension committing to the next three seasons at London Irish.
The former Ulster fly-half scored 147 points last season, including one try. The 30-year-old joined from Ulster in July 2012 where he made 81 appearances scoring 617 points.
"It is great that Ian has extended his current contract with us," said London Irish Director of Rugby, Brian Smith.
"It is important to build a team around key players and with Ian here for the next three years we are able to do that. His partnership with Tomás O'Leary worked very well in the early part of last season so we are looking forward to seeing the two Irish boys back on the park again at the start of this season."
Humphreys added: "I'm very happy at the club."
"Last season was difficult for all of us but I know we will be better for that experience. The Club has also been great to my family over the last year which is very important to me. I'm now looking forward to the start of the season and what will be an exciting Premiership campaign."