Dan Biggar has handed the Ospreys a fitness boost for their Heineken Cup quarter-final at Biarritz.
Biggar missed Saturday's Six Nations clash with Italy in Cardiff following a grade one hamstring strain. But the fly-half insists he will be fully fit for the Welsh region's European tie in San Sebastian on April 10, and is expected to return for the Magners League game against the Dragons this Saturday.
Biggar, 20, said: "It's been a frustrating campaign and the injury has topped it all off. I had a hamstring tweak in the Magners League game at Edinburgh last month and failed to recover to play in the rest of the Six Nations.
"It's frustrating because I believe I would have had the chance to face Italy.
"But I hope to be fit and raring to go to face the Dragons and then the big one against Biarritz."
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