Sale Sharks flanker Ben Curry has signed a contract extension with the Gallagher Premiership club.
Sale announced that the 20-year-old's deal will keep him with the Sharks until 2023.
Curry, who is the twin brother of England international flanker Tom Curry, toured Argentina with the senior England squad in 2017.
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He made his Sale debut in November 2016 and captained England Under-20s at the Junior World Cup in France earlier this year, reaching the final.
Curry said: "We have a great group of lads here and there is a very positive environment at the club.
"We are making good signings and I am excited to be part of the future at Sale Sharks."
Sale rugby director Steve Diamond, meanwhile, says he believes Curry will go on to emulate his brother by becoming a fully-fledged England international.
"Ben is a fantastic player and I have no doubt he will continue to get even better and fulfil his ambition of becoming an England international," Diamond said.
"He is a brilliant product of our academy and at 20 years of age is a member of our senior player group."