After nearly 11 months on the sidelines, popular Cardiff Blues centre, NZ-born Willis Halaholo, is set to make his return to the field of play.
Halaholo suffered a knee injury against Leicester Tigers in November 2019 – the beginning of a long road to rehabilitation which finally seems to be at an end.
"He's got that burning desire to be in a red jersey,” said head coach John Mulvhill.
“The timing was pretty poor for his injury, being acknowledged as one of the better 12s in Welsh rugby was something that he had worked towards.
"He just has to work his way into it now. He's back and he's had a couple of weeks of full training now. He should be ready to go."
Halaholo, 30, has qualified to play for Wales through residency and is expected to play a role in the national side should he regain his form.