SCOTLAND international Ruaridh Jackson has completed his return to Glasgow Warriors after signing from Harlequins. 

The 29-year-old, who can play at fly-half and full-back, has re-joined the club on a one-year deal three years on from his departure. 

Jackson left Glasgow for Wasps in 2014 before spending last season with fellow Aviva Premiership side Harlequins.

He made 18 appearances for Quins last season before joining the Scotland squad for their summer tour and scoring a try in the defeat to Fiji.

He told "I’m really excited about coming back to Glasgow. I spent a long time there earlier in my career and it was great.

“Playing in England has been a good experience and one that has made me a better and more rounded player.

“I enjoyed working under Jason O’Halloran when he was with Scotland, so I’m looking forward to striking up that relationship again. I’m really excited to see how Dave Rennie operates.

“I still see myself as a 10, but I’m happy to play either there or at full-back.

“I’ve obviously got a few good friends still at the club, but a lot of young boys have come through over the last few years, so it’s a bit different on the playing side.

“It’s a really exciting time to be re-joining, with the new Guinness PRO14 and all it holds, so I’m looking forward to getting back up to Glasgow.”

Glasgow Warriors assistant coach Jason O’Halloran added: "Ruaridh is an experienced player, who will add to the competition we have within our squad.

“He knows the club well from his previous time here and can play in a number of positions in the back-line.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming Ruaridh back to the club later this week.”