Edinburgh are “constructing a extremely sturdy facet”, says fly-half Jaco van der Walt after signing a contract extension.
The South Africa-born Scotland playmaker, 26, has been with the Murrayfield membership since November 2017, scoring 373 factors in 66 appearances.
Capped as soon as since qualifying via residency, he has been named in Gregor Townsend’s Six Nations squad.
“Enjoying right here has undoubtedly examined my sport,” mentioned Van der Walt. “I’ve actually needed to develop my expertise.”
He’s the fourth Scotland participant to commit his future to the membership in latest weeks, following offers for Hamish Watson, Jamie Ritchie and Blair Kinghorn.
He mentioned: “I’ve fallen in love with this metropolis. My spouse and I’ve made it our house and we’re delighted to have dedicated to spending our future collectively in Edinburgh.
“It has been completely sensible, and my household and the membership have performed an enormous position in supporting my spouse and I and inspiring us to chase our desires.
“I nonetheless have much more to study concerning the sport and I am excited to develop and develop these expertise with Edinburgh.”