The 22-year-old home-grown ace - who has made 20 appearances for Warriors and scored seven tries - first broke into the team at Sixways in October 2008 when he started the EDF Energy Cup game with London Irish. Less than a month later he scored his first senior try in the same competition against Harlequins.
Abbott continued to come of age during the 2009/10 season with the athletic former Worcester Sixth Form College student making seven appearances and scoring three tries, including a memorable double against Olympus Rugby Madrid XV.
The athletic and skillful back row, who has been a key member of the England Sevens set-up, cemented his place in the team at the start of this season and scored tries against Birmingham & Solihull, Esher Rugby and Moseley Rugby.
However, Abbott suffered a serious knee injury during the league game with Bristol Rugby in October is expected to miss the rest of this season.
Head Coach Richard Hill has backed Abbott to come back even stronger from his injury setback and underlined his belief in the openside by handing him a new deal to continue his outstanding progress at Sixways.
Hill said: "It is fantastic news for everyone connected with Warriors that Jake has signed a new two-year deal and we can now all look forward to seeing him back in action.
"It was a bitter blow to lose Jake to injury as he was a star for us at the start of the season and he made an immediate impression on me when I arrived at the club.
"Jake had a big decision to make over at the beginning of the campaign, whether he wanted to go to the Commonwealth Games in India with England or stake his claim at Sixways and show he was good enough to earn a place in the team. He decided to back himself at Warriors and he was simply fantastic for us.
"Jake is always very eager to learn and listens and does what he is asked to do, therefore he was a quick learner and really established himself in the team. He understood what was required at the start of the season and really delivered.
"Every Warriors supporter could see the progress he had made and how well Jake started out. I would have offered him a contract based on his first month such was his progress and he is now a big asset to the club.
"Jake is Worcester through and through and is passionate about the club and its future. We eagerly await his return and the chance to watch him in action again in a Warriors jersey."