Scotland international George Turner has agreed a two-year extension to his contract with Glasgow Warriors.
The 27-year-old hooker joined the club from Edinburgh Rugby in January 2018, following a loan deal.
He has made 46 appearances for the club and scored nine tries.
Turner, who has nine caps and five tries for Scotland, said: “I have been at the club for three years now and I’m really enjoying it. I’m delighted to be extending my stay for another couple of years and I’m fortunate to be part of such a great club.
“The squad, the facilities, and coaches are great, and we play a really enjoyable brand of rugby where you can express yourself and try things.
“This is a great environment to be a part of and it has really helped my development.
“Over the next few years I am looking to push what I can do as far as possible. The last few years have been cut short for me, with various injuries and this season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“I don’t think I have reached my best rugby yet and I can’t wait to get back on the pitch to show what I can do.”
Head coach Danny Wilson said: “Knowing George from my time with Scotland I’ve watched him progress to become an established international hooker.
“He is a really exciting and dynamic player with an attacking prowess.
“Equally, in defence he is extremely physical and provides plenty of big collisions.”