Stuart Hogg is among six fresh faces that have been added to the Scotland squad ahead of their Autumn Test against Fiji this weekend.
The 26-year-old full-back, who underwent ankle surgery in September and was initially ruled out for 10 to 12 weeks, is one of a raft of players that have been called up after Gregor Townsend was forced to shuffle his pack.
Hogg, who has twice toured with the British & Irish Lions and is a two-time Six Nations Player of the Championship, comes in alongside three Glasgow Warriors teammates – Adam Ashe, Nick Grigg and uncapped lock Scott Cummings.
Sale Sharks back-rower Josh Strauss and Duncan Weir, of Worcester Warriors, have also been added to the Scotland party to help make up for Townsend losing Blade Thomson and James Lang to head and rib injuries respectively.
David Denton and Matt Scott are also recovering from head injuries while Ross Ford, Henry Pyrgos and Dougie Fife have all returned to their club side Edinburgh.
After facing Fiji at Murrayfield on Saturday, the Scots also host South Africa and Argentina later this month.