Wales hooker Kristian Dacey has signed a new deal which could keep him at Cardiff Blues for the”long haul”.

Dacey, 2-9, who made his Blues debut this season, won his first Wales cap in 2015 against Ireland.

“there is interest from everywhere, but that really is my home. This is the place I want to stay. My loved ones are happy and settled ,” said Dacey.

Blues haven’t given when Dacey’s brand new deal will end, but state it will take him to a lot more than 10 years of actions at the Arms Park.

He follows Wales flanker Josh Navidi, fly half Jarrod Evans and middle Willis Halaholo in resigning for Blues and will be combined by back-three player Hallam Amos, who is joining from Dragons.

Blues head coach John Mulvihill said he was pleased to secure the services of still yet another important member of the group as he builds for the future in the Welsh capital.

He explained:”he’s an excellent role model and has the desire and expertise to engage in international rugby in the future.

“He thrives in the contest, is actually just a big carrier and creates momentum for people.

“I feel that Kristian’s best rugby continues to be infront of him and then we enjoy his continuing impact at the Cardiff Blues both off and on the field.”

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