Scotland winger Nikki Walker insists he had no hesitation about agreeing a new deal at the Ospreys.
Walker has become a key figure at the Welsh region since joining from the Borders in 2006 - and he has now committed himself to the Liberty Stadium for a further two seasons.
And Walker claims there is nowhere else he would rather me playing.
"It was a very easy decision for me to make, particularly with things going so well this season," said Walker, who has scored 26 tries in 74 appearances for the Ospreys.
"We are top of the Magners League and through to the last eight in Europe so it's an exciting time for the Ospreys, as far as the rugby side of things are concerned I didn't have to think too hard about signing a new contract.
"The coaching team is excellent, probably the best that I've ever played under, and I'm pleased that I'm going to get the opportunity to work with them for the next two seasons.
"I've been at the Ospreys for four years now and I'm really settled in the area with a young family.
"There are some great players in the squad that I enjoy working with, and not only are they great players, they are mates as well, which is important.
"There's an environment established here which I want to be a part of over the coming seasons as I really believe that we can achieve great things.
"There's nowhere else I'd want to be playing to be honest."