Worcester Warriors fly-half Jamie Shillock has committed his immediate future with the club after signing a new deal at least until the end of the 2023/24 season.
“I am delighted to commit myself to the club to the end of the 2023/24 season,” Shillcock told the club's official website.
“Although last season was disappointing from a results perspective, I was pleased with the way that I finished the season and got regular game time.
“We have made some exciting signings for next season and I am sure that they, coupled with the young homegrown talent we have here, will help us push for a top six place.”
Shillcock began playing rugby for Warwick School at the age of seven and made his debut as a scrum-half in the 2015 Championship final first leg against Bristol Bears at the age of 17 becoming the youngest player to feature in the play-offs.
The 23-year-old has gone on to make 77 appearances for the club scoring close to 300 points. In the recently concluded season, Shillock finished as the leading point-scorer for the club with 73 points.
“Jamie is a talented, young homegrown player, who in the closing stages of last season was in a rich vein of form,” said Warriors Director of Rugby Alan Solomons.
“Our young homegrown players are central to our vision for the club and it is fantastic to see Shilly committing his future to the Warriors by extending his stay here at Sixways until the end of the 2023/2024 season.
“I have no doubt that he will kick on and play a big role in the future of the club. He is a great team man, whose roots are in the club.
“We all look forward to continuing working with him as we seek to progress things here at Sixways.”