Munster Rugby have confirmed that Ireland international Andrew Conway will return to training ahead of the club's Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final game against Toulouse at the Aviva Stadium.
The 30-year-old has been sidelined with a knee injury since Ireland's Six Nations game against England in March but now has made a recovery to return to training.
Nevertheless, a call on his inclusion on Saturday's game will be taken later in the week following an assessment.
The club also revealed John Hodnett (knee), Chris Cloete (head) Jack O’Sullivan (knee), Gavin Coombes (ankle), Dave Kilcoyne (neck), Tadhg Beirne (thigh), James French (knee), RG Snyman (knee) will continue their rehabilitation from their respective injuries.
Munster reached the quarter-finals following wins over Exeter Chiefs in both the legs while Toulouse edged out Ulster to make it to the top eight.