France full-back Anthony Bouthier has signed a two-year contract extension with Montpellier.
Bouthier joined Montpellier from Pro D2 outfit Vannes last year and continued his rapid rise by making his Test debut in the Six Nations opener against England in February.
The 27-year-old started all four matches in the competition before it was suspended with Les Bleus second in the table, behind England on points difference.
Montpellier on Monday announced they have rewarded the rapid Bouthier for an outstanding start to his time at the club.
— Montpellier Rugby (@MHR_officiel) May 18, 2020
Bouthier, now contracted until 2023, said: "I am very happy to extend my contract for two more seasons. Thank you to the staff and managers for trusting me.
"I feel great in this city and in the club. I made the choice to stay because it is the MHR which made me discover the highest level and which gives me confidence.
"It is also a club which plays the leading roles each year and which has ambitions to raise its first Brennus Shield [awarded to the French champions].
"Now I can't wait to get back to the field and the team-mates to have a great season, hoping to play in front of our supporters."