Ireland international flanker Josh van der Flier will extend his stay at Leinster after signing a new contract with the province.
A product of Leinster Academy, the 28-year-old made his senior debut with the club in 2014 and has gone on to make close to 100 appearances for the club since then.
His success with Leinster saw him earn his debut for Ireland that came during the 2016 Six Nations tournament and has featured in 37 Tests including four World Cup games that came in the 2019 edition in Japan.
The news follows after the club also announced that Ed Byrne and Ciarán Frawley have penned new contracts with the club.
Byrne made his Leinster debut in 2014 and has played for them 44 times apart from six Tests for Ireland while Frawley, who is currently sidelined with a facial injury has been with the club since 2018.
Earlier, Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has also extended his stay at the club for the 2022/23 season.
Leinster are positioned second in the United Rugby Championship table with seven wins from nine games.