Scotland centre Rob Dewey admits the chance to parade his talents under the nose of the national selectors was a key reason behind him signing for Glasgow.
Dewey left Edinburgh for Ulster a couple of seasons ago when he was a fixture in the Scotland squad.
At that stage in his career he was a regular in the starting line-up and had a happy knack of scoring tries for his adopted country, having been born in Marlborough, England.
But an injury-ravaged spell at Ravenhill has seen him drop well out of the reckoning as the likes of Max Evans and Graeme Morrison have risen to national prominence.
So Dewey, who played no part in the RBS 6 Nations, has signed a three-year deal with the Warriors in the hope of adding to his 13 international caps.
He said: "I¹m looking forward to returning to Scotland and joining Glasgow.
"I believe in the importance of being in Scotland, in front of the national coach, for getting myself back into contention for future Scotland honours."