Worcester Warriors have announced that wing Tom Howe has signed a one-year contract extension with the Gallagher Premiership club.
Howe joined the Warriors in 2017 and since then has made over 50 appearances for the club scoring 37 tries. Although Howe missed out on a place in the matchday squad for last week’s Premiership Rugby Cup final victory over London Irish he played a key role in getting Warriors to the final.
A product of Wasps Academy, the 26-year-old made his senior debut with the club in 2014 and also had loan stints with Jersey Reds and Coventry. He was also part of England Under-20s’ side that won the Junior World Championship in 2016.
“I’m really pleased to sign my new contract. At the start of the season I wasn’t sure what would happen,” Howe said.
“I chose to go on loan to Coventry at the start of the season to get some game time. I felt like that it gave me a good boost and when I came back for the start of the Premiership Cup it was all gave me a lot of confidence.
“Once I had played a few games I felt I was back to my old self after a tough season last year when I only played four games because of COVID.
“It was just a case of getting back to match fitness and doing what I know I could do. I feel like I’m in a good place now."
Worcester Warriors are languishing at the bottom of the Gallagher Premiership table with five wins from 23 matches.