May Campbell becomes the latest Saracens Women player to commit her immediate future with the club.
The news on Campbell follows after Saracens captain Lotte Clapp, Zoe Harrison and Sarah McKenna also penned new deals with the club.
A former England Under 20 hooker, Campbell made her debut for Saracens in 2015 against Wasps and has gone on to play 68 times for the club.
“I’m delighted to be staying at Saracens as I have thoroughly enjoyed the last six seasons. I will endeavour to continue to learn and develop my game," she told the club's official website.
The 25-year-old also was part of the Saracens that clinched back to back Premier 15s titles in 2018 and 2019.
Head coach Alex Austerberry is pleased with Campbell extending her stay at the club.
“May had a superb campaign last season and has continued to grow and develop as a player.
"Her consistency and quality of performance have been there for all to see and it is great to have her on board for the next few seasons.”