Saracens have announced the news of a long-term contract extension for centre Nick Tompkins, seeing the 23-year-old committed to the Premiership champions until 2022.
Another to come through the academy, the 23-year-old has made 76 appearances for Saracens since making his senior debut against Leicester Tigers in the old Anglo-Welsh Cup six years ago.
Tompkins' contract extension comes follows the likes of club captain Brad Barritt, England lock George Kruis, Scotland centre Duncan Taylor, promising young backrower Ben Earl and Test propping pair Vincent Koch (South Africa) and Juan Figallo (Argentina), all of whom also recommitted themselves to the London-based club over the last few months.
Commenting on the news of his commitment to Sarries, Tompkins said: “I’m really excited to commit my future to Saracens,” Tompkins said.
“I feel at home here and I’ve made a lot of memories; hopefully there are many more to come.”
Director of Rugby Mark McCall added: “We’re very happy Nick has committed his future to the club.
“He is popular player amongst the squad and has progressed an enormous amount in the past couple of seasons.
“At 23 his best is yet to come and we’re excited for him to realise his full potential.”