Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb is relishing being back in the international picture as he looks to do everything in his power to wrestle back the No.9 jersey.
The 31-year-old left France side Toulon last month, signing for Premiership Rugby outfit Bath until the end of the season before joining Ospreys for the 2020/21 campaign.
Webb had previously been ineligible for international selection since the WRU brought in a policy in October 2017 that meant players with fewer than 60 caps would not be picked if they were playing outside of Wales.
But Webb was given a six-month dispensation in January this year and made his return for Wayne Pivac’s side in their opening Guinness Six Nations win over Italy last month.
And having gained more game time for Bath in their defeat to Bristol at the weekend, Webb has now set his sights on playing a role in Wales’ final two games against England and Scotland.
“It’s been brilliant being back in Wales [camp] training with the team,” Webb told BBC Wales.
“That’s where every player wants to be, on that international stage. I’m feeling good and it’s nice to be back but I’ve obviously come in as third choice and I just want to play rugby.
“I’m very grateful to Bath for giving me the opportunity to come and play for them for the rest of the season.
“The main thing is that I’m back on the pitch playing rugby and that’s all I want to do really.
“My agent did some work and they said the regions were pretty full with the players they had there.
“I had a couple of other options in England but this one fitted me.”Andy Baber