Scotland winger Simon Webster is using Lions star Shane Williams as his inspiration as he attempts to take his game to the next level as he reaches the latter stage of his career.
The versatile back has has signed a new three-year deal with Edinburgh and intends to make improvements to his game during that spell.
Webster has been a regular member of the Scotland squad for several years now with 37 caps to his name although he lost his place in the starting line-up during the RBS 6 Nations.
He was injured in the opening game against Wales at Murrayfield and could not force his way back into the side with Thom Evans and Simon Danielli impressing on the wings.
Since joining from Northampton, the 28-year-old has become Edinburgh's leading Celtic League try scorer with 31 tries.
Webster said: "I'm really pleased to be staying at Edinburgh. I've been here for seven years, so by the time this new contract finishes I would have spent 10 years with the club.
"I've enjoyed working with the coaches they have certainly pushed me and I still feel that I’ve got a lot of improvements to make; even though I’ve just turned 28.
"I look at players like Shane Williams, who is 32, and I¹ve seen how he has performed over the past couple of years.
"There is so much more that I want to achieve as a player and I believe I can do that at Edinburgh."