Scotland international Ruaridh Jackson has committed his future to Glasgow Warriors after signing a new one-year deal with the Pro14 club.
The new contract also provides option of extending his stay with the Scotstoun outfit for an additional year that will be subject to medical clearances.
The 31-year-old made his professional rugby debut with Glasgow Warriors in 2008 and after racking over 100 appearances, he went on to represent Wasps and Harlequins before rejoining the Scottish regional side in 2017. Overall, he has gone on to play more than 150 times for Glasgow Warriors and becomes the 18th player to sign new deal this season.
“I love this club and I’m very happy to have extended my stay here," he told the official website of the club.
“I’m really enjoying my rugby just now and coming back to the club two years ago was a very good decision.
“I’m looking forward to continuing to run out at Scotstoun in front of our passionate supporters and hopefully we can have a successful end to the season.”
Jackson has also played for Scotland 33 times since making his international debut in 2010 with his last appearance for the Dark Blues coming during the summer series in 2018.