Fly-half Stephen Myler has signed a new contract with Aviva Premiership club Northampton.
Saints announced that the 28-year-old had agreed terms "for the foreseeable future".
And it comes amid speculation that Myler's fellow Saints fly-half, Ryan Lamb, is set for a move to their east midlands rivals Leicester next season.
Myler has been at Franklin's Gardens for 6 years, moving to union from rugby league.
He has scored 1,427 points during that time and lies third on the club's all-time points chart behind Paul Grayson and Roger Hosen.
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