Bath scrum-half Michael Claassens is considering extending his contract with the club beyond the end of this season.
The former Springbok initially joined the club back in 2007 and has settled into life in the city, making over 100 appearances for the club as well as captaining the side on numerous occasions.
Currently forming a potent half-back combination with Stephen Donald, Claassens admits he is considering whether to extend his stay in the UK for a third time, or return home to the hard grounds of South Africa and Super Rugby.
"I'm keeping my options open because my plan was to come over to Bath for two years but I've ended up being here for six and I've enjoyed it so much," Claassens told thisisBath.co.uk.
"We will have to see what the club's plans are and take it from there."
"I don't think any players, not even those who grew up here, like the rain. I prefer dry ball but after five or six years I'm used to it."
"Mentally, the conditions don't make a difference to me. It's about the performance, not the weather. If you perform well then you get the result, and that's how you enjoy rugby."