David Pocock believes he is getting back to his best form, as he looks to regain his openside spot for the Wallabies.
The Brumbies star has enjoyed a fine season having, recovered from major knee surgery and is keeping the pressure on Australian incumbent Michael Hooper.
His next test will be against another Wallaby hopeful, Matt Hodgson, this week as the Brumbies travel to the Force, and Pocock admits he's enjoying his rugby again after nearly two seasons on the sidelines.
"I feel like I’m starting to get there (to his form when he was first choice for the Wallabies)," Pocock told AAP.
"As a player, there’s always parts of your game you’re not happy with and you’re trying to continue to improve.
"But I am starting to feel like I’m getting a bit of timing back and I’m really enjoying myself, which I think is key."