Conor Murray said he is pleased to have the option to “keep living this fantasy” of playing for Munster and Ireland later the scrum-half marked an agreement expansion with nation and area taking him up to July 2024 on Thursday.
The 32-year-old shaped one of the most dreaded half-back associations in Test rugby with Ireland captain Johnny Sexton.
Be that as it may, the 92-times covered Murray lost his best option spot to Leinster’s New Zealand-conceived scrum-half Jamison Gibson-Park for the November Test triumphs over Japan and New Zealand.
“I’m pleased and thankful to have the option to keep living this fantasy about playing here in Ireland,” Murray said in an Irish Rugby Football Union proclamation.
“With my home area Munster and the public crew, I genuinely accept there’s colossal capability of achievement and that there will be a lot more large days ahead.”
David Nucifora, the IRFU Performance Director, said Murray is as large an impact off the pitch as he is on it particularly for the less experienced players.
“Conor has had a few difficulties in the beyond couple of seasons yet has put some niggling wounds behind him to assume a focal part with Munster, Ireland and the Lions,” said Nucifora.
“He is a well known figure in each crew he is associated with and adds an enormous measure of involvement and worth to more youthful players coming through.”
Murray was a vital figure when Ireland got the Six Nations Grand Slam in 2018 – – one of three northern half of the globe titles he has been essential for since making his Test debut in 2011.
He has additionally played in three World Cups and the augmentation could well see him play in a fourth with the following one being facilitated by France in 2023.
He has additionally been on three British and Irish Lions visits – – playing eight Tests – – and was chief of the current year’s crew until Alun Wyn Jones signed up in the wake of recuperating from injury.