WALES captain Jac Morgan is set to boost the Ospreys for Saturday's derby against the Dragons.

The 23-year-old flanker is poised to make his first club appearance of the season at Rodney Parade after starring at the World Cup.

The rest of the Ospreys' Wales contingent returned against Glasgow last weekend but Morgan was given extra time to get reacquainted with club calls.

The openside's last URC appearance was against Cardiff on New Year's Day with head coach Toby Booth excited about his return to a strong back row that could also feature Justin Tipuric and Morgan Morris.

"It is the first time he has been at a World Cup and it was a long time ago he started to use Ospreys calls over Wales ones, so it is a different language to learn again and a different experience for him," said the boss.

"For people like George North and Adam Beard, it's old money, they are used to doing that sort of thing.

"Jac will be better for it. He just needs to take the time to take a breath to understand what's happened and reflect on that.

"It is good he has had that extra week and means he can hit the ground running and be the player he knows he wants to be.

"He sets his standards at a level now as an international and Wales captain that he wants to adhere to. We have to create an environment that allows him to do that."

Morgan played in four of Wales' five World Cup matches and was also captain in the Principality Stadium fixture against the Barbarians.