Edinburgh have confirmed that flanker Magnus Bradbury has signed a new three-year contract at the club.
The 21-year-old came through the club's academy after joining in 2013, before eventually turning professional in 2015 and earning his first Scotland cap in November.
Bradbury has been in good form for Edinburgh so far this season, claiming 25 points through five tries in 22 appearances, while he has also been named Man of the Match twice.
He told the club's official website: "It's great to know I'll be part of this team for another three years, as I'm excited - along with the rest of the boys - about where we can take the club.
"I love Edinburgh and there's a great group of people at the club, and that is a huge reason for me to stay.
"It's also great to have the opportunity to continue playing my rugby in Scotland as I look to build on my cap. Now, for me, it's about getting as many [caps] as I possibly can."