Saracens have confirmed that centre Nick Tompkins has signed a new deal that will keep him with the Gallagher Premiership until the end of the summer 2022.
The 23-year-old made his professional rugby debut with Saracens in 2012 and has made 76 first-team appearances for the Allianz Park outfit. He has also represented the England Under 20 side in the past.
Tompkins is delighted with the news and is hoping to propel his career with the English Premiership champions.
“I’m really excited to commit my future to Saracens,” Tompkins said.
“I feel at home here and I’ve made a lot of memories; hopefully there are many more to come.”
Meanwhile, Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall is confident of Tompkins' ability and added that he will only become a better player with more experience.
“We’re very happy Nick has committed his future to the club.
“He is popular player amongst the squad and has progressed an enormous amount in the past couple of seasons.
“At 23 his best is yet to come and we’re excited for him to realise his full potential.”
Saracens are yet to lose a game in the ongoing season and are at the second place in the Gallagher Premiership.