Sale Sharks and Scotland wing Byron McGuigan has signed a three-year contract extension with the Manchester-based side.
The Namibian-born back has penned a three-year-deal that will see him stay at Sale until at least 2021.
McGuigan, 28, started his professional career at Border Bulldogs in South Africa before joining Scottish outfit Glasgow Warriors after impressing for the Scotland 7's side during the 2011/12 season.
The three-times-capped wing has exhibited razor sharp finishing capabilites married with impressive strength while at Sale, looking likely to continuing to enjoy his role as a key part of Steve Diamond's squad.
McGuigan commented: "Re-signing with Sale Sharks for another three years was an easy decision for myself. I have some great friends at the club, my family love it here in Manchester and it`s a fantastic environment for me to kick on with my rugby.
I only see this club growing, getting better and as a group at Sale, we can go on and win trophies within the next three years. That's why I play the game, I want to win trophies and be part of a successful team.
I really enjoy running out at the AJ Bell, we have such a committed bunch of fans up here and I'm pleased to be sharing the next few years with them."
Commenting on Byron’s new contract, Sale director of rugby Steve Diamond said:
“It’s fantastic news that Byron has agreed his new deal and we are delighted to have him on board for the next few years.
“After meeting Byron back in 2016 and giving him the opportunity to come to the club, he has grabbed it with both hands.
“Byron’s exactly what we want at the club. He’s very skilful, really enthusiastic, he can play in a number of positions and is now a fully-fledged Scottish international and we are absolutely thrilled to have him with us going forward.
“Following on from the news that Denny has also signed a new long-term contract, it’s more really positive news for the club. They are both fantastic lads and to have them putting their bodies on the line for us over the next few years is where we want them to be.”