Leigh Halfpenny has spoken out about his frustration at being sidelined for three months with concussion.
The Scarlets full back missed Wales’ Grand Slam winning Six Nations campaign after suffering a concussion during an autumn victory over Australia on November 10.
He described the worry of persistent headaches when he tried to return to training.
The 30-year-old said it was the uncertainty surrounding the injury which took it's toll on him.
Halfpenny made his competitive return for the Scarlets at the end of February.
A game which he says was extra special because it was the first match his daughter attended.