Cardiff Blues director of rugby Phil Davies remains hopeful over a deal to bring Gethin Jenkins back to Arms Park from Toulon.
The Wales prop has struggled to settle in the south of France and has been linked with a return home since last year, with negotiations still ongoing.
"We'll just have to wait and see," Davies told BBC Sport.
"It's been on and off but at the moment he's a Toulon player and that's where it stands.
"If things change we'll announce that when we can. At the moment we're just looking for that experience up front and we're busy getting on with it.
"We haven't got a massive amount of finance to restructure the squad at this present time.
"Everybody knows we're looking for some experienced forwards up front. We've signed Matthew Rees - he'll be a great asset to us, along with the hookers we've got who have come through this year.
"Gethin is a fantastic player, we've said this, a world-class player."