Harlequins centurion Cadan Murley is looking to secure his status as Premiership top try-scorer when his side travel to Leicester Tigers on Sunday.

Murley, who will win his 100th cap in the Midlands, has scored 14 tries in the league this campaign, putting him one clear of Newcastle Falcons’ Mateo Carreras ahead of the final round.

Harlequins have missed out on the top four for the first time in three years but with the likes of Joe Marchant and Josh Bassett set to depart this summer, Murley and co are determined to finish strongly.

“We're incredibly determined to finish our season on a high and deliver a strong performance at Welford Road,” said Murley, who has already been named Harlequins’ Player of the Season.

“We know it will be a huge test against a tough Tigers squad, but we've been working exceptionally hard these past two weeks and want to put our best foot forward and show what we can do. 

"We have a number of players departing the club after Saturday, so we're hugely determined to send them on their way and provide our Quins supporters with a performance we can all be proud of."

Head coach Tabai Matson has made four personnel changes for Round 24 - two each in the forwards and backs.

Academy graduate Sam Riley starts at hooker, with Jack Kenningham replacing Luke Wallace at blindside flanker.

Elsewhere, Danny Care returns from injury to make his 358th Quins appearance, while Bassett switches from full-back to wing allowing Nick David to reclaim the 15 shirt.

Hooker Jack Musk returns to the squad to feature among the replacements, while senior academy prop Will Hobson and flanker Will Trenholm earn their opportunity to impress in the famous quarters.

Speaking ahead of the clash with third-place Leicester, flanker Kenningham says Quins are determined to end on a high note for those seeking pastures new. 

“We’re generally disappointed in terms of not being able to make the top four, however it’s a brilliant opportunity for us to give something back to the supporters who have come home and away,” he said.

“We know Leicester are physical, have big ball carriers and a strong set-piece, so we’re getting ready to bar up on that side of things but obviously we want to play out style of rugby as well, so it’s being able to match them at their game and do what we do best as well.

“Hopefully we can put in a performance for those who are leaving and obviously we’ve got the added bonus of Cadan making his 100th appearance for the club, which is really special. He’s a good friend of mine.

“For those departing and for Cadan, I hope we can get a win and put in a performance.”