The 57 times capped Springbok has extended his contract with The Dragons for a further three years which means he will be at Rodney Parade until 2007.
"We are all delighted that one of world rugby's best players has pledged his future with us and it is a huge boost for the team and supporters," commented Chief Executive Andy Marinos. "Monty epitomises professionalism and is a tremendous role model. His commitment to the team is second to none underlined by the fact that he played in three different positions last season - fullback, centre and outside half. Monty is an integral part of The Dragons ambitions and what we want to achieve as a squad. We have made no secret of the fact that we want to compete at the highest levels of both the Celtic League and the Heineken Cup and we have the players who can help us achieve these ambitions."
Montgomery played nineteen times for The Dragons last season and was the record points scorer with 220 and at one stage went on a streak of 27 consecutive kicks.
Percy Montgomery commented, "I am very happy to be back with the Dragons. The decision to extend my contract was an easy one as I am very happy at the club. The supporters and players have made me feel very much at home and I cannot wait to get out and play for the team again."
Meanwhile The Dragons have made four changes to the team that beat The Scarlets last weekend. Making their first full starts of the season are Sione Tuipulotu who replaces Jonathan Bryant at centre and Gareth Cooper who comes in for Gareth Baber. Michael Owen has recovered from injury to take his place in the starting line up but the team management will make a decision on Chris Anthony after training today.
K Morgan, G Wyatt, H Luscombe, S Tuipulotu, N Brew, C Sweeney, G Cooper, R Snow, S Jones, C Anthony/Rhys Thomas, I Gough, M Owen, J Ringer, J Forster, R Bryan
J Richards, A Black, P Sidoli, R Beattie/R Oakley, C Warlow, J Bryant, G Baber