Leicester Tigers have re-signed England international brothers Ben and Tom Youngs to long-term deals.
Tom, 25, has established himself in the Tigers front-row this season and gained his first England caps during the November internationals, while 23-year-old scrum-half Ben has just passed 100 appearances for the Welford Road outfit to go with 26 international appearances.
"It is excellent news that both Tom and Ben have agreed new deals with us. They are both very important to the club," said Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill.
"They have grown up in a Leicester Tigers family, their dad Nick played for the club, they know the history of this place and they have come all the way through the Academy system here before establishing themselves as key first-team players."
Scrum-half Youngs made his Tigers debut as a 17-year-old in February 2007 and has played in four Premiership Finals with the club.
Tom made his club debut as a centre in December 2006 before being converted to hooker.
"Ben and Tom both have an excellent attitude to their work," added Cockerill.
"They are the kind of players we want to build the club around for the future and we look forward to their continued development in the Tigers squad over the years to come."