Edinburgh fly-half Phil Godman has promised that his best is yet to come after signing a new two-year deal that will keep him at Murrayfield until 2012.
The 27-year-old made the switch back to his home city in 2004 after four years with Guinness Premiership side Newcastle Falcons.
And Godman, a virtual ever present at fly-half for Edinburgh over the past two years, is vowing to repay head coach Rob Moffat’s faith by bringing home the Magners League title.
He said: "It has been good to have played such a big role for Edinburgh and that has led to me getting the opportunity to represent Scotland.
"I believe there is still a lot more to come from me and from the team. My best years are ahead of me and I'm looking forward to be able to show that in the future.
"The last couple of seasons have been good - both for me personally and for Edinburgh - and one of our goals this season is to win the Magners League.
"That is something we still have a very good chance of achieving with three games in the regular season remaining and the play-offs coming up.
"I believe over the next two seasons we can continue to progress and make an impact in Europe and the Magners League."
Godman’s pledge faces an early test tonight when they make a difficult trip to south Wales to take on Newport Gwent Dragons.
Dragons sit sixth in the table – two places and six points behind Edinburgh – but have lost just once at home in the Magners League this season, to Scarlets on December 31.
Worse still, Edinburgh have not won at Rodney Parade for four years but are boosted by the return of hooker Ross Ford and flanker Ross Rennie.