Fly-half Freddie Burns has signed a new two-and-a-half-year deal at Gloucester.
The 21-year-old came through the Premiership club's academy set-up and has made 64 appearances since his first-team debut in 2009.
"The club said they wanted to keep me on," Burns told BBC Gloucestershire. "I'm settled here and I love playing for Gloucester.
"For me as a young lad I'm hungry for success and I know Brush [head coach Bryan Redpath] and the club are too."
He continued: "This is where I want to play my rugby for the next two years. Hopefully I can keep developing the way I have and take the club onto bigger things, and hopefully some silverware."
Burns, who has been included in the 32-man England Saxons squad for next month's fixtures, revealed that other clubs had made offers for him but he did not consider leaving Kingsholm.
"As a player you've got to look at other avenues," he said. "But I expressed to my agent and the club that Gloucester is the team I want to play for and I want to stay.
"I told them if everything was right then I'd sign tomorrow and that's what happened. Gloucester put an offer in last week that I was happy with and that was it."