Cardiff captain Paul Tito admits he's desperate for Dan Parks to pull on the Blues shirt after seeing him steal the show during the RBS 6 Nations.
In January, coach Dai Young persuaded the Sydney-born fly-half - who had failed to appear in any of Scotland’s autumn internationals under Andy Robinson - to swap Glasgow for Cardiff at the end of the season.
After battling back to claim the Scotland No.10 shirt ahead of the RBS 6 Nations, Parks starred in Scotland’s narrow defeat to Wales, their draw with England and slotted the winning penalty in last weekend’s victory over Ireland.
And after watching on from the comfort of his sofa, New Zealander Tito is backing Parks to make a splash in Wales.
“He’s pretty handy isn’t he?” said Tito.
“At the time that Dai saw him, he wasn’t even in the Scotland squad. But he’s gone on to have a great Six Nations.
“I thought his tactical kicking was outstanding during the championship.
“He just kept putting the Scottish forwards right down in the opposition 22, sometimes dribbling the ball in five metres out.
“As a forward, that’s gold that stuff, when you look up and see the ball rolling out there.
“It will be great to see him do that for us next season.”