Glasgow coach Sean Lineen has hailed the exemplary attitude of Scotland hopeful Ruaridh Jackson.
Jackson was sensationally named in the Scotland squad for the first two RBS 6 Nations games this year despite playing just a handful of games for Glasgow.
The young stand-off did not feature in the Six Nations, with Phil Godman starting every game, but he has returned to the Warriors and ousted Scotland regular Dan Parks from the No.10 shirt.
Jackson has impressed in big games against Bath in the European Cup, and in the Magners League and Lineen has high hopes for him.
"He [Jackson] has so much talent and has the confidence to things," said the former Scotland centre.
"He is still learning. In terms of preparation and attitude he has been outstanding, he has the right temperament and the players like having him on the field."