Winston Stanley and Charlie Walker have committed their future to Harlequins having signed a new deal with the South London club.
Director of Rugby, John Kingston said: “I am absolutely delighted that both Charlie and Winston have seen fit to extend their contracts.
“I have no doubt that these two talented and valued backs have major roles to play going forward.”
Walker, a graduate of the Harlequins Academy has been at the Stoop since 2010 joining from the Leicester.
After making his senior club debut against Gloucester in September 2011, he has since made 52 appearances, scoring 23 tries.
He was Harlequins’ top try scorer in the Premiership last season with 13 tries from his 16 appearances.
Walker said: “The decision to extend my time at Harlequins was quick and easy as I love everything about this club. I’m really excited to be working with the new management and I hope to be an integral part of the team in the years to come.”
Stanley, who joined the Highlanders last summer, made his debut against Calvisano in the Challenge Cup in December 2015 before seeing his appearances restricted by a hamstring injury sustained against Wasps in February of this year.
Stanley added: “I am delighted to have committed to Harlequins. The Club is full of good people and it is very passionately supported. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here and I am excited by the opportunity to contribute to the future success of this club.”
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