The Ospreys have revealed that Rhys Webb has signed a new deal, keeping him at the PRO12 region for another three years.
With his current deal expiring at the end of the season, the 24-year-old has put pen to paper on a new contract that runs until the end of 2015/16.
Bridgend-born Webb is a product of the Ospreys development pathway, coming through the age-grade ranks at the region before signing his first development deal ahead of the 2007/08 season.
His senior debut was as a 19-year old, coming off the bench during a 32-7 win over Ulster at the Liberty Stadium during March 2008, with his first start coming two months later in an 18-10 defeat at the Dragons. To date he has played 87 times for the Ospreys and has scored seven tries.
Capped by Wales at age-grade level, he made his senior international debut during last season's Grand Slam campaign in the win over Italy at the Millennium Stadium before adding a further two caps last June, against Barbarians and in the second test against Australia. He was also a member of the Welsh squad that won the Sevens World Cup in Dubai in 2009.
"I'm absolutely thrilled. To be able to commit to another three years with my home region is fantastic. It's a brilliant environment here, the only place I want to play rugby," Webb told the Ospreys website.
"Having done so well last season I've obviously been disappointed to not get so much game time this year, but I've had to knuckle down and work hard. Kahn has been a great help for me in terms of development and I believe that if I keep on working hard I can become a much better player over the three years of my new contract.
"I take great pride in wearing the Ospreys shirt. We've got a good, young group of players together here that can serve the region well for a long time and I'm pleased that I can be a part of it."