"I've been sent back home as a precaution more than anything, having picked up a minor strain in my right quad, it's to enable me to have some rehab and physio work done."
"I felt a bit of a strain in the warm up before the match against Munster during the kicking practice. Having kicked the ball back and forth a few times, there was a slight twinge when I went for a long kick, so I told our physio straight away."
"The Lions management want me fully fit for the tour, so I'm having treatment with the Cardiff Blues physiotherapist Tim Atter, rather than risking making it worse with full training with the Lions."
"We have to be intelligent about it, and just take things day by day, and work slowly on it rather than risk making it worse."
"Having had a taste of working with the Lions it's made me more determined to get back there.
The Penny Hill Hotel where we met was incredible and it was amazing meeting all the players I've grown up watching. Training with them and just sitting down having food with them was awesome."
"Meeting Ian McGeechan was great and he was very supportive. It's great that the door is still open to me because when the management called me in I thought it was all over."