Glasgow Warriors have confirmed the signing of Australia international Nick Frisby ahead of the 2018/19 season of Pro 14.
The 25-year-old made his debut with Super Rugby side Queensland Reds in 2012 and has represented Brisbane City in the National Rugby Championship competition.
He switched from Super Rugby competition to Top 14 when he joined Bordeaux Begles last season. The scrum-half has now signed a two-year deal with the Warriors and will be joining them ahead of the pre-season.
"I'm looking forward to getting over and ripping into pre-season with the boys," Frisby said to the official website of Glasgow Warriors.
"I played club rugby with [Glasgow centre] Sam Johnson and worked under [former Warriors assistant coach] Matt Taylor at the Reds, so they've both told me how good the club is and how hard the boys work, so I'm excited to get over and be involved.
"I've played against Dave Rennie's sides in Super Rugby and as soon as I heard he and Glasgow were interested it was a no-brainer.
"His Chiefs sides were always really exciting, and Glasgow are too and I think his style of play will suit my game really well."
Frisby has also played five Tests for Australia with all of it coming in 2016.