Tongan international hooker Aleki Lutui - a former police officer - has been laying down the law at Sixways Stadium since his arrival at Warriors in 2006 and has been a talismanic figure for both club and country.
Renowned for his explosive running and fierce scrumming, Lutui has become a cult figure for Worcester fans.
Named in the Tonga squad for the 2007 and 2011 Rugby World Cups in France and New Zealand respectively, Lutui has captained his country on the biggest stage of all.
Hugely respected in the game, Lutui made 28 appearances during the 2009/10 campaign and was awarded the Player of the Year award.
The all-action front row continued to cement a place in the Warriors starting lineup in the promotion winning season of 2010/11 - a year when he was named Warrior-of-the-Year by his team-mates.
Lutui surpassed the 150-game milestone for Warriors last season and, as of August 2012, he has scored 105 points for the club.
The hooker played three games for Tonga during the 2011 Rugby World Cup and was named as captain for the country's 31-18 victory over Japan.
Tonga eventually finished third in their group, behind New Zealand and France.
|DOB||1st Jul 1978|
|Height||1.83 m (6' 0")|
|Weight||110 kg (17 st 4 lb)|
|Honours||Tonga (33 caps)|