Diminuitive winger Simon Webster is eager to make further improvements to his defensive game in order to reclaim his place in the Scotland starting line-up.
Webster was a favourite of former coach Frank Hadden, featuring at both his customary position of right wing as well as in the centres.
But, after starting the RBS 6 Nations in the team, Webster was unable to regain his place after being injured in the first half against Wales at Murrayfield.
Wing is one of the few areas of the Scotland team where genuine competition for places exists, with Sean and Rory Lamont, Nikki Walker, Max and Thom Evans, Simon Danielli and Chris Paterson all featuring there in recent seasons.
Webster was at his try-scoring best for Edinburgh against the Ospreys in the Magners League last weekend but is desperate to make further progress on his defensive game.
He said: “I was disappointed I missed a tackle which led directly to the Ospreys second try. You never want to miss tackles, especially when they lead to tries. The fact I wasn’t completely happy with my overall display took the shine off my own try."