Dragons have confirmed that fly-half Arwel Robson has signed a new contract extension.
Robson has been with Dragons since his professional rugby debut in 2014 and has made 23 appearances for the club scoring 92 points in the last four seasons.
He now follows the likes of Rhodri Williams, Tavis Knoyle, Josh Lewis, Jordan Williams, Will Talbot-Davies, Owen Jenkins and Rio Dyer in extending their stay at Rodney Parade.
“I’m really happy to sign for my home region and excited for the future here,” said Robson in a statement released by the club.
“I really feel we’re building something special at the Dragons, which is underlined by the progress we’ve made this season, and I’m determined to play a big part in that journey going forward.”
The 23-year-old also represented Wales Under 18 and Under 20 teams while also enjoyed a loan stint with Jersey Reds.
“Arwel is a young fly half who really wants to play for this region,” said Dean Ryan, Director of Dragons Rugby.
“He still has lots to learn and now needs to play regularly and show he can develop in our environment.”