DRAGONS backs coach Barry Maddocks says Jared Rosser has hit the ground running after his injury misery – but believes there is plenty more to come from the speedster, writes Chris Kirwan.

The 22-year-old from Abersychan suffered a fractured fibula in the build-up to the pre-season fixture against the Scarlets.

It was a slow and frustrating recovery and it wasn't until the Boxing Day clash at Cardiff Blues that Rosser made his return.

He lined up against Wales winger Josh Adams that afternoon and after playing his part in the win against the Ospreys scored a terrific consolation double against Castres then raced over again versus Enisei-STM.

Wales Sevens international Rosser has scored 16 times in 44 appearances and is set to be a threat in the Guinness PRO14 clash at Glasgow on Saturday, to the delight of Maddocks.

South Wales Argus:

"It's great to have Jared back, I've been fortunate to be with him since he's come into the group three years ago. I have seen him grow and develop over that period," said the backs coach..

"His finishing ability is exceptional – that one where he outsprinted everybody in Castres to score, anybody would be proud of that.

"For the second finish we went the wrong way and there were four defenders on that side and Jared on his own. It was a different type of finish but he did exceptionally well.

"He has a lot of confidence at the moment and that is good for us. Given half a chance then he will finish."

South Wales Argus:

Rosser is likely to line up in the back three with fit-again Dafydd Howells and Ashton Hewitt at Scotstoun Stadium.

Maddocks is hoping that a run of games will help the bright prospect continue to grow.

"He understands that he has still got bits to work on in his game – defensive position and high ball work – but that's all come on leaps and bounds in the last few years," he said.

"What he does bring is finishing ability and he is a big, physical specimen who can carry the ball well and has loads of energy."