Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall has revealed his delight after Wales full-back Liam Williams agreed to move to Allianz Park.
The Scarlets full-back has confirmed he will be leaving the Pro12 outfit at the end of the season to make the switch to the current Aviva Premiership and European champions.
Saracens are already blessed with the options of England's Alex Goode and Scotland's Sean Maitland in the No.15 jersey but have decided to secure the services of Williams from next season.
McCall was delighted to get a deal over the line and is looking forward to having the 25-year-old attacking runner in their ranks next term.
He told the club's official website: “Liam’s arrival at Allianz Park next season is fantastic news.
“He is only 25-years old and has his best years of rugby ahead of him. Liam is arguably one of the most talented backs in Europe so to have secured his signing is real coup for the Club. We’ll look forward to welcoming him in the summer.”