Wales fly-half Ioan Lloyd said he is upbeat of donning the number 10 jersey for Scarlets following his move from Bristol in summer.
Having made his debut with Bristol in 2018, Lloyd operated most at the utility back but now has been developing at number 10 and has started in all four games in the ongoing United Rugby Championship.
With Dan Biggar retired and Gareth Ansombe playing in Japan, Lloyd is aiming to make a case at the fly-half role for Wales.
“I am loving it. It feels like a new challenge. It is revisiting something I used to do and I am enjoying being back there (at 10)," he told the club's official website.
“I have a lot to learn and for me it’s about continuing to improve on things I see as my strengths, a lot of game management stuff and that comes with time.
“I loved my time at Bristol and have some great experience of playing in different positions, but I am a 10 and would like to play there. So I needed to take that step to do that.”
Lloyd's role with Scarlets has also become pivotal with Sam Costelow sidelined by an injury and he is looking for a healthy competition when the latter returns back.
“I admire Costy (Costelow). He is a great player and I admire his playing style and hopefully I can learn off that and hopefully he can learn off me as well. I see it as healthy competition.”
Scarlets are languishing at the 14th place in the table after managing a solitary win from four matches.