Bruce Douglas has not played for Scotland since featuring against South Africa in June 2006
Bruce Douglas has set his sights on regaining a place in Andy Robinson's Scotland squad after agreeing a deal with Guinness Premiership strugglers Worcester.
The 30-year-old prop hasn’t added to his 43 caps since 2006 but believes he still has a lot to offer as he prepares for his return to the United Kingdom.
Douglas left Scotland in 2007 when Border Reivers were disbanded and had a spell with Scarlets and now current-club Montpellier.
Douglas spoke to Robinson before signing on at Sixways, where Scotland centre Alex Grove also plays, and said: “I’ve been frustrated at not being involved with Scotland – it probably has been a case of ‘out of sight, out of mind’.
“It’s not the only reason for the move but it’s not going to do any harm. I’ve still got the desire to be involved at international level and feel I’ve improved since I won my last cap.
“I’m really looking forward to the move to Worcester and this is a great opportunity for me to come back and play in England.
“I have played at Sixways on a number of occasions, most recently for Montpellier this season, and so I know how good the set-up is and how the club has grown.
“I feel I am joining at the right time and I‘m excited about the future.”