Gloucester are set to welcome back James Simpson-Daniel for Saturday's away Zurich Premiership fixture at NEC Harlequins.
The 22 year-old wing has been out of action since the start of December after injuring a shoulder in the Heineken Cup clash with Cardiff Blues.
Commenting on www.gloucesterrugbyclub.com Simpson-Daniel, who knows Gloucester need to bag another consecutive win after last Saturday's victory over Worcester, said: "First and foremost I want to the Club to do well, and I want to have a run of games until the end of the season and finish it on a high."
Simpson-Daniel, who has also missed game time this season with a hamstring injury, is relishing the challenge in store on Saturday and is well aware of the threat from Harlequins' back three.
"They're a dangerous back three and they have some quick runners in there, but we've also got a good understanding in our team, and it should make for a good game of rugby.
"We can't afford to look ahead of Saturday's game at the moment. We know we need to put a good run of wins together, but nobody is looking past Saturday's trip to London."
Director of rugby Nigel Melville was pleased to see the return of Simpson-Daniel to full training, especially after Marcel Garvey missed the Worcester win with mumps.
"We might be missing some players to the internationals, but it's not as bad as in the Autumn. We've got Andy Gomarsall, Henry Paul and Duncan McRae, who were all unavailable back in November.
"Having those guys available is very important, particularly the return of James Simpson-Daniel. I think this point in the season is ideal for him because the ground is hardening up and it's a nice wide pitch at Quins, which is what he likes."
Melville has missed the creativity from the young winger in recent months, and added: "We have missed him as much as I thought we might because he is an exceptional player. He has huge ability and we just want to get him back and keep him fit."
Melville and coach Dean Ryan will name their team for Saturday's Premiership game at Quins on Friday morning.
In the second episode in the series of videos where Gloucester Rugby TV chat to box holders at Kingsholm, after they note twenty years as owners of a box. Nick Broady of Avenue Cars and Paul Baldwin of Brunsdons chat to the camera about their memories and about rugby in general.
Gary Jones of Glevum Windows and Conservatories recently visited Kingsholm Stadium and the Cherry and White supporter spoke exclusively to Gloucester Rugby TV after marking two decades as a box holder in the Stowford Press Stand at Kingsholm. A great feat!
Speaking to the local media this week during preseason, new hooker Richard Hibbard said he was really enjoying putting in the hard work and being back to full fitness ahead of the 2014-15 season with the Cherry and Whites.
Nick Walshe was unveiled as Gloucester's new Backs and Attack Coach this week and spoke to Simon Ward for the RFU.com podcast about his excitement at joining Gloucester and working with a new group of players.
Speaking after the Third Test defeat to New Zealand, Ben Morgan told RFU.com that the loss was a disappointing way to sign off the summer tour but that the England team know what they have to do to be successful.
At the end of a tour when there have been so many positives for England, fly half Freddie Burns, who will start the third Test against New Zealand, was clear that the whole squad are focussed on signing off with a memorable win when he spoke to RFU.com
Speaking to Steve Jones of RFU.com straight after the 27-28 defeat to New Zealand on Saturday, Billy Twelvetrees spoke of the frustration of a missed opportunity, but stressed that England would lick their wounds and bounce back.
Freddie Burns contributed 12 points in England's 20-15 defeat against New Zealand on Saturday but, speaking after the game to RFU.com, preferred to talk about the many positives in the performance from Stuart Lancaster's side.
Gloucester number eight Ben Morgan put in a great individual performance as England were just pipped by New Zealand by 20 points to 15 in Auckland on Saturday. He told Steve Jones of RFU.com that the team will be in good spirits going into the 2nd Test in Dunedin.
Gloucester Rugby are fully aware of a delay in the delivery of a small number of club membership packs to supporters ahead of the Premiership Rugby 7s on Thursday evening and would like to issue the following advice.
Thursday will present the first chance for Gloucester Rugby supporters to watch new signing Jacob Rowan in a Cherry and White shirt as the back rower runs out for the first time in the Premiership Rugby Sevens.
Tickets are selling fast for the Premiership Rugby 7s at Kingsholm on Thursday 31 July, so to guarantee your ticket for the return of the action at the 2014-15 season's curtain raiser, the ticket office are opening late on Wednesday evening.
Thursday evening sees the return of live action to Kingsholm in the form of the Premiership Rugby 7s and the Cherry and Whites have named an exciting squad ready to take on Bath Rugby, Exeter Chiefs and London Irish in Pool B.