Ospreys have announced that centre Keiran Williams has penned a new two-year contract with the Pro14 club.
Williams is a product of Ospreys Academy and went on to make his senior debut for the Welsh regional side in 2018 and has made 24 appearances for them until now.
The 23-year-old also represented Wales Under 20 side between 2016 and 2018.
Williams said the decision to extend his stay with Ospreys was a 'straightforward decision'.
“It was a straightforward decision for me to sign a new contract, it didn’t take long at all and this is somewhere I want to stay and play my rugby,” Williams told the Ospreys’ official website.
“Being a boy from the region, it’s great. I still remember my Ospreys debut and it was a surreal moment for me. I am just looking forward to the future now and seeing all the players coming through and you can see how good the Ospreys will be in a couple of years time.
“There have been lots of players who have come through the Ospreys system who have gone onto to have international honours and Lions honours, and that only benefits the Ospreys in the long term.
“I can see the Ospreys getting back to where we were before, it’s not going to be easy and it will be tough and it make take a while but the rewards of what we are doing now will come eventually.”
Ospreys are positioned third in Conference A table of Pro14 with six victories from 11 games.