Scotland winger Lee Jones has been rewarded for his fine form with a new contract at Edinburgh.
Jones, who made his international debut in RBS Six Nations defeat to England, has signed a deal to remain at Murrayfield until at least May 2014.
Jones has scored five tries in 16 appearances this season - and follows fellow winger Tim Visser in committing to Edinburgh.
Jones said: "I'm absolutely delighted to have secured an extended contract.
"In my first year as a professional player I had to adjust to the daily intensity in training and the speed and physicality of the matches but, a season on, I've adapted to those demands and am now happy that I'm bringing a consistency to my performances for the club.
"I've never stopped improving as a player and I don't plan to now.
"Everything I do is geared towards being a better professional and better player and, with of lot of key players signing on and some impressive new names joining the squad, I'm really happy to have secured a place as part of a bright future at Edinburgh Rugby.
"The last couple of seasons have been incredible. It really is a dream come true to play professional rugby for club and country."