Former England centre Damian Hopley has signed a new four-year deal to continue as chief executive of the Professional Rugby Players' Association.
Hopley played at centre for Wasps and England
Hopley set up the organisation to protect players' welfare in 1998 after injuries forced him to retire at the age of 27.
"I am delighted to have the confidence of the board and the players to continue my work at the PRA," he said.
PRA chairman David Barnes said Hopley was "the ideal person" for the role.