Bryan Habana has revealed that he might stay in Toulon for an extra season, citing the club’s ambition as a reason for remaining.
The South African international endured an injury-disrupted first season with the European champions, with a thigh problem ruling him out of large parts of last season.
He recovered in time for the end of the season, where Toulon completed a domestic and European double, and he has enjoyed a fine start to this campaign since returning from the Rugby Championship.
And with Toulon already planning for the future, with the likes of Ma’a Nonu and Samu Manoa among those to have agreed deals, Habana is keen to extend his stay in the South of France.
“I’m happy to be able to play a string of games. I feel good about my rugby and my body is responding well,” Habana told Rugbyrama .
“I’m happy to have avoided injuries, it’s been a while since I’ve felt this good. I even played at centre against Stade Fran