Scrum-half Rhys Webb is the latest player to have signed a new National Dual Contract (NDC) with Ospreys and Wales.
Webb was linked with a move away from his homeland after some impressive performances for club and country.
However, the 27-year-old has opted to stay put and put pen to paper on a new deal as he battles to return from a foot injury that ruled him out of the Rugby World Cup.
Webb said: "I'm over the moon to have been able to re-sign an NDC.
"With this security I can concentrate on my rehab without any distractions, knowing that I can put all my efforts into getting back out onto the pitch in the coming months and doing what I love doing the most, which is playing for the Ospreys.
"It's flattering to know that there's interest in me out there but this is my home region and I want to do all I can for the Ospreys, continuing to develop and, hopefully, play well enough to continue being selected for Wales."
Wales Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips said: "It is fantastic to see another Welsh international re-sign a National Dual Contract and commit their playing future to their region and in Wales.
Webb, whose Ospreys and Wales team-mate Dan Biggar also signed a new NDC this month, was named the 2014-15 Pro12 Player of the Year after scoring 12 tries in 15 matches.