Montpellier fly-half Francois Trinh-Duc is ready to return to the side, but head coach Jake White insists he won't rush his player's comeback.
The international, who suffered a fractured tibia on October 11, 2014, has been watching his side's ongoing battle for the top six places in the Top 14 standings.
And according to White, he's almost set to return to action for the season run-in.
"He's in good shape and has worked hard in his physical preparation. All that matters now is the mind," said the former South Africa coach about the player.
"If he's ready, if he feels well enough to play, he will play. But if he has doubts, the last thing I want to do is to put him in the team, and then he has no confidence in his game."