GLASGOW Warriors centre Nick Grigg has signed a new contrac that will see him remain at Scotstoun until at least May 2020.

Grigg was voted Players’ Player of the Season for the Pro14 club last term after a number of impressive performances that earned him international recognition.

The 25-year-old made his Scoltand debut against Fiji in June during the national team’s summer tour and was this week named in Gregor Townsend’s squad for the upcoming autumn Tests.

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His new two-year extension comes after scoring five tries in 28 appearances for the Warriors and the New Zealand-born centre explained to the club website that the dressing room atmosphere played a key part in his decision.

“I’ve never experienced a team atmosphere like the one here at Glasgow,” he said. “The banter and fun about the place as well as the hard work that everyone puts in makes it a very special environment.

"I feel like I have a connection with the club. After the last few years when I run out at Scotstoun I get a real buzz and it feels like home.

"Knowing that the coaches and players trust me and back my abilities gives me an enormous amount of confidence."

Assistant coach Jason O’Halloran added: “Nick has become an integral member of the squad here at Glasgow and it’s great that he’s decided to stay for another two years.

“He’s carried last year’s form into the new season and continues to impress us as coaches week in, week out.

“Nick has the ability to make something from nothing in attack and we’re all excited to see what the future holds for him here at Scotstoun."

Warriors have begun the Pro14 season in scintillating form under Dave Rennie, topping Conference A with a 100 per cent win record after six games.

However, their European aspirations have taken a hit following back to back defeats against Exeter and Leinster that leave them bottom of Pool 3.