Saracens forward Jackson Wray has signed a new three-year deal with the relegated Premiership club.
“I love this club,” Wray said.
“It’s a proper family and a special place to be. I enjoy coming into the environment every day and couldn’t imagine myself anywhere else.”
A points deduction initially handed out in November for persistent salary cap breaches condemned the Premiership and European champions to life in England’s second-tier competition next season.
Despite the ignominy of their demotion, a number of Saracens biggest names have chosen to stay in north London.
Wray, who came through the academy at Saracens, has pledged his “long-term” future, as has Itoje, Farrell and fellow England internationals Jamie George, Mako Vunipola and Elliot Daly.