Wales international fly half Sam Davies signed a two-year contract to join the Dragons in a statement signing for the Gwent region in the summer of 2019.
Highly prized outside-half Davies - a former IRB Junior Player of the Year – is regarded as one of the brightest talents in the Guinness PRO14 and European game, with a deadly accurate left boot and incisive attacking game.
Davies piled up the points at the Liberty Stadium since his regional debut in January 2012 against the Dragons, racking up an impressive 836 points in 150 games for Ospreys.
He also led the way in the Guinness PRO14 marksmen charts during the 2018/19 season with 148 points – including a match-winning 16-point haul against Cardiff Blues at Judgement Day VII.
Davies has also shone on the international stage since exploding onto the scene for Wales Under-20s and leading them to the IRB Junior World Championship final in 2013.
He was later named the IRB Junior Player of the Year for 2013, becoming only the second Welshman to win the award after Gavin Henson's triumph in 2001.
Davies made his senior debut for Wales as a replacement against Australia at the Principality Stadium in November 2016 and, later that month, played an integral role in the win against Japan with a dramatic last-minute drop goal.
He made his full debut in the 2017 clash with Tonga in Auckland and had made a total of eight appearances in the senior set-up, scoring 24 points, by the summer of 2019.