Former Italy, Wasps and Zebre hooker, Carlo Festuccia, has re-joined Wasps on a short-term contract until the end of the 2016/17.
The 36-year-old made more than 60 appearances for Wasps during his time at the club between 2013 and 2016.
He returns to provide cover after injuries to Tom Cruse and George Edgson, with Tommy Taylor named in England’s 34-man-squad for the RBS 6 Nations.
“I'm really pleased to return to the Wasps’ environment after three fantastic years with the club. It has been great to see the team doing really well this year and I'm very happy to help them until the end of the season. I have enjoyed being back home in Italy, but it has been a very tough six months on the rugby side. I wish Zebre the very best for the rest of the season and I look forward to meeting back up with the Wasps’ squad and Wasps fans.”
Wasps are flying high at the top of the Premiership after beating Leicester Tigers this afternoon.
Wasps scored three tries to Leicester's one as the match ended 22-16 at the Ricoh Arena.
It was the Tigers' first game without Richard Cockerill after he was sacked as Director of Rugby at the start of the week.
Worcester 24 - Harlequins 17
Gloucester 12 - Northampton 13
Leicester Tigers 12 - Saracens 16
Coventry based Wasps have sealed a comfortable victory over Newcastle with a 31-6 win in their Aviva Premiership match.
Tries for the winning side came from Halai and Gopperth, who scored two.
Northampton Saints have beaten Gloucester 23-20 in tonight's game. It's the Saints third league win of the season.
19-12 was the final score in the European Rugby Challenge Cup, as the Worcester Warriors suffer a defeat from Enisei-STM.
The winning side scored one try, coming from Kacharava, with Worcester securing two from Adams and Appiah.
The final score was 82-14, the Wasps thrashing the Italian side, Zebre in the European Rugby Champions Cup.
The many tries for the home side came from Miller, Cooper-Woolley, Simpson, Halai, Johnson, Daly, Launchbury, Bassett, Gaskell and Robson. Ruzza scored two for the away team.
Worcester Warriors have beaten Newcastle Falcons 11-9.
There was only one try in the game, that came from Worcester's Olivier.
The Wasps have thrashed the Harlequins 47-18 in the Aviva Premiership game.
The tries for the Coventry based side came from Johnson, Thompson, Robson, Daly, Wade, Eastmond and Bassett, with Roberts and Chisholm scoring for the Harlequins.
The final score was 6-15 as Bath clinch victory over Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership game.
The home side failed to score any tries, but tries for the winning side came from Watson and Banahan.