SCOTLAND hooker Fraser Brown has become the fourth Glasgow Warriors player to sign a contract extension this season, following in the footsteps of Matt Fagerson, Oli Kebble and Stafford McDowall.

The 30-year-old has signed a new deal that will keep him at Scotstoun until the summer of 2023.

Brown was part of the 2015 Guiness Pro12 title-winning squad and has made 91 appearances for Glasgow, accumulating 46 caps for the national team.

Brown told the club's website: "I've been at Glasgow for pretty much my entire career, and the club kick-started my career back in 2012.

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"We've got a great group of guys here and it's a club I'm proud to be a part of. 

"One of the most important things about being a player is the faith shown in you by the coaches and everyone at the club, and that's a big factor behind deciding to stay here. 

"The fans and the atmosphere around Scotstoun are amazing, and it's something that really gives you confidence to go out and perform."

Dave Rennie, the head coach of Glasgow Warriors, added: "Fraser is a top man and an absolute world class player, who sets high standards for himself and others.

"He’s got a phenomenal skill set with the ability to play at both hooker and 7 internationally.

"A proud Warrior, Fraser’s passion, experience and brutality will be of huge benefit to our club over the next three years."