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The 25-year-old is staying put at the Liberty Stadium, eager to continue to play a vital role for the current Magners League Champions.
He said: "Obviously I'm really happy to be here for another three years, it's my home region and I'm proud to represent the Ospreys.
"It's taken longer than I anticipated to complete everything but I've never wanted to play anywhere else and I've never said otherwise.
"It's flattering to have interest from France and offers from other clubs, but I'm very conscious that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.
"Let's say that it would have been a far more difficult decision to move on than it has been to stay here."
Jones, who has 48 caps for Wales as well as three caps for the British and Irish Lions, believes Ospreys can make improvements in coming years, and mount a challenge for the Heineken Cup.
“The evolution taking place here is very positive, the new facilities and players coming in makes me excited about the next three years," said Jones.
“I'm hopeful that over the next three years I can really help the team kick-on to the next level.”