England flanker Tom Curry has signed a contract extension with Sale Sharks.
The Gallagher Premiership club announced that 20-year-old flanker Curry's new deal will keep him at Sale until 2023.
Curry's twin brother Ben recently agreed terms that will also see him remain at the club until 2023.
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Tom Curry has won five caps, making his debut against Argentina last summer and also starting four Tests against South Africa.
He said: "I am delighted to put pen to paper again at such an exciting time for the club, with recent announcements of re-signings and reported signings in the future."
Sale rugby director Steve Diamond added: "I am delighted that England international Tom has pledged his future with the club.
"He has come though the academy and, along with his brother, has been a revelation.
"He is already a senior member of the playing group and is the best example of the modern-day professional rugby player – dedicated, clean-living, abrasive, and he has a great knowledge of the game for one so young."
Tom Curry is the last player to agree new Sale terms, with deals also recently announced for scrum-half Faf de Klerk, plus forwards Jono Ross and Josh Beaumont.