Care handed Quins deal extension
Danny Care has expressed his delight after being handed a three-year deal extension which will keep him at Harlequins until 2016.
The 25-year-old scrum-half has made 116 appearances for the Quins since his move to the Twickenham Stoop from Leeds in 2006, scoring 28 tries and 157 points in total in all competitions. And, having helped his side win the Premiership last season, Care is looking forward to ensuring Conor O'Shea's side stay in the hunt for silverware in his coming years at the club. Care, who won the first of his 33 England caps when making his debut in 2008 but was dropped from the Six Nations squad this year after he was charged with a drink-driving offence, told the Quins' website: "I'm enjoying being part of a talented squad that is playing an attractive and successful style of rugby. "Winning trophies is why we play rugby and, having tasted some success in that regard, I would like more." He added: "There is no other club that I want to play for. "I believe that the best is yet to come from our players which is why I'm looking forward to another three seasons with the club."