Scotland international centre Chris Harris has extended his Gloucester contract, taking him into his fourth season at the club.
Harris, 31, has become a firm favourite with the Kingsholm faithful, having joined from Newcastle just before the pandemic in 2019.
He is closing in on 50 appearances for the Cherry and Whites, with five tries to his name, while he has developed as an experienced international midfielder for Scotland and was a British and Irish Lions tourist last year.
“Chris is one of those players who is instrumental to what we are here at Gloucester Rugby,” said coach George Skivington.
“He is hard working and has become one of the key leaders within the squad.
“Whether it is in attack or defence, he always leads by example and is a real sprinkle of world class talent in the group here at Kingsholm.”
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