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And he did not let his nation down, most notably drilling a drop goal, conversion and penalty in the winner-takes-all 30-3 triumph over England.
But Biggar faces stiff competition as the returning Priestland and emerging Cardiff Blues prospect Rhys Patchell lurk over his shoulder.
And with IRB Junior Player of the Year Sam Davies and Matthew Morgan swelling Ospreys’ fly-half ranks, the 23-year-old must also concentrate on nailing down his club place.
However, while there seems to be a never-ending conveyor belt of Welsh talent at No.10, Biggar believes he can build on his whirlwind year and push for further international honours.
“In terms of a breakthrough, in getting a run in the 10 shirt and the success we had in the Six Nations, last season was a dream,” Biggar told Wales Online.
“It’s about getting into that squad and challenging for that jersey on a weekly basis.
“I don’t think anybody’s got the right to wear the Welsh No.10 shirt. If people’s form is good they will get in the squad and challenge for places.
“There are a lot of 10s around at the moment, in Wales and here at the Ospreys. Sam’s done really well and I’m chuffed for him and I think he’s a great bloke.
“He has a game that suits us well and obviously Matthew Morgan is here as well.
“It’s a great challenge and something I’m used to, having had competition with Gavin Henson and James Hook. This is something that always drives you on.”