Wales centre Gavin Henson has signed a new three-year contract with the Ospreys.
Henson, 26, becomes the 12th player to sign a new deal with the Magners League side recently and will remain at the Liberty Stadium until 2011.
The Lions star is currently sidelined by a long-term ankle injury but is scheduled to return to action in September.
"I'm delighted to sign a new contract, I wouldn't want to play rugby anywhere else," said Henson.
"I'm an ambitious person and I want to win things and the Ospreys share my ambitions. There's a real buzz about the place at the moment, everybody is looking forward to the new season and to building on our achievements last season.
"For me personally, there was a lot to be pleased about over the course of the season even if it ended early because of injury, and I can't wait to get back into action as soon as possible and hopefully help both the Ospreys and Wales onto more success.
"The next few years promise to be an exciting time for the region."
England Under-20s suffered a first-ever defeat to their Scottish counterparts on Friday night and head coach Jon Callard admits his young charges will need to put that out of their minds as soon as possible if they harbour hopes of retaining the Under-20s Six Nations title.