Former England Under-20 international Noah Cato insists he didn't think twice about becoming one of a host of Saracens players to put pen to paper on new deals at Vicarage Road.
Cato and ten others have agreed to sign new contracts with Sarries among those are backs Adam Powell, Neil de Kock, Kameli Ratuvou, Rodd Penney, Chris Wyles and James Short.
Full-back Alex Goode and Andy Saull both committed their future to the club before Christmas and Hayden Smith, Mouritz Botha, Justin Melck and Rhys Gill have now all also followed suit.
And wing Cato – who help guide Mark Mapletoft’s England Under-20 side to the IRB Junior World Championship final in 2008 – admitted the choice to sign a new deal wasn’t a hard one.
“It was an easy decision for me and I’m really excited about what is happening at Saracens,” said Cato.
“We’re moving forward every day and not only it is great to be part of that, but to be able to share that with a fantastic group of players who are also my friends is something special.”