The Ospreys are delighted to announce fly half Stephen Myler has committed to another season at the region.
Myler, who joined the Liberty Stadium last summer, has signed a one-year extension to his current deal and was Head coach Toby Booth’s first player signing.
The fly half, who has been widely recognised for his performances during the campaign so far, has played a key role in the resurgence at the Ospreys.
Myler has played 13 games, kicked 23 conversions and 28 penalties and already accumulated 130 points for the Ospreys and has taken his career tally to 3,039 points.
As an European Challenge Cup and Premiership final winner with Northampton Saints, his experience has proven invaluable for the likes of young Ospreys Keiran Williams, Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler, Reuben Morgan-Williams, Josh Thomas and Joe Hawkins.
Stephen Myler, Ospreys fly half, said:
“When I spoke to Toby in the summer, he outlined his plans and all of those plans are now in motion. As a squad we are making progress and I have been happy to play a part in that. It really was a no-brainer for me to re-sign and I am really happy I am staying here longer than I initially thought.