Australian scrum-half Patrick Phibbs has extended his stay at London Irish by signing a new two-year deal.
Phibbs joined the Exiles from Leicester Tigers as injury cover for Ireland international Tomás O'Leary in December 2012.
Phibbs has made seven appearances for Irish since joining the club including five in the Aviva Premiership.
The scrum-half made more than 70 appearances in Super Rugby with the Brumbies before moving to the Northern Hemisphere.
"Patrick Phibbs is a class act, his vast experience in Super Rugby and the Aviva Premiership make him a great fit for our club. Since Pat joined us at Christmas we've won six from eight games and he's been a major factor in our improved form in 2013," said London Irish Director of Rugby, Brian Smith.
Phibbs said: "I've really enjoyed my time at London Irish. There is a great group of lads at the club and a lot of potential to go with it. We have showed in the last few weeks what we can do and I look forward to pushing on with London Irish over the next few years."