Tadhg Furlong has pledged his future to Leinster after putting pen to paper on a new three year deal.
The new contract ties him up to Leinster until at least June 2021.
"I am delighted to have signed a contract with the IRFU to continue to play with Leinster" Furlong says. "I got a number of opportunities over the past few seasons that have helped me to develop as a player and I want to continue to develop and be successful with both Leinster and Ireland."
The 25 year old has won 73 caps for the province since making his debut in November 2013, scoring four tries in the process.
Furlong has been a key part of the blues success in Europe so far this season, where they sit top of pool 3 with three games played.
He's started each of those games, and is included once again for tomorrow's clash with Exeter at the Aviva Stadium.