Wales have called Ospreys scrum-half Rhys Webb into their 2016 Six Nations squad ahead of facing England this weekend.
The 27-year-old met up with the squad on Monday as they gathered to prepare for their clash at Twickenham.
Webb made his comeback from injury for the Ospreys in mid-February and last played for Wales in September 2015.
Gareth Davies has occupied the Wales number nine shirt since Webb's injury and produced a number of impressive performances in both the World Cup and Six Nations.
Webb, still regarded as Warren Gatland's number one option at scrum-half, has won 16 caps for Wales since making his debut in 2012.