Saracens have locked up two promising young England talents for the next two seasons with Nick Isiekwe and Max Malins signing contract extensions at the north London club.
Second row Isiekwe -- who made his England debut in June during their tour of Argentina -- has played in all of Saracens' Premiership games this season having made his debut last November.
Malins -- who lead England from fly-half at this year's Under 20 Junior World Championships -- made his Saracens' debut last season and came off the bench in the Premiership at the weekend.
"It's really promising and obviously really pleasing," Isiekwe said.
"This is my third season now, so to get that new contract and to see what I can do in the next few years is what I am looking forward to."
Malins added: "To be able to come in here and train every day -- keep getting better -- and know that I'm going to be doing that for the foreseeable future is something I'm very happy about."
Both players came through Saracens' academy system.