Ryan Bevington has signed a new two-year contract with the Ospreys, the club have confirmed.
The Wales prop, who has won 13 international caps, broke into the senior ranks at the Swansea-based region in 2008 and has chalked up 97 first-team appearances.
The 25-year-old has followed the lead of Wales team-mates Alun-Wyn Jones, Ashley Beck and Eli Walker in agreeing new deals with the Ospreys.
"For myself, there was no other option to consider," Bevington said.
"I wanted to stay here as it's the environment that I think is best for me and my long-term ambitions.
"We are ambitious and we want to do well as a team, and I think that with the young group of players we have here we can grow as a team over the next few years."
Moldovan front row Dmitri Arhip also signed a new two-year deal earlier this week, while Worcester centre Josh Matavesi and Newport Gwent Dragons back Dan Evans will join the club next season.
Bevington recently returned to the Ospreys from Wales' Six Nations squad after suffering a groin injury.