Ian Keatley joined Glasgow Warriors on a short-term deal in January 2021, providing experienced cover at fly-half for the conclusion of the 2020/21 campaign.
The vastly experienced number 10 has made more Guinness PRO14 appearances than all bar former Connacht captain John Muldoon, having enjoyed spells at Connacht, Munster and Benetton in his career to date.
Keatley also sits third in the competition's all-time points scoring charts, with only Welshman Dan Biggar and Glasgow Warriors legend Dan Parks able to better his tally.
The Dubliner was a popular figure during his time at Munster, helping the men in red reach six league semi-finals in eight seasons with the club.
His consistency has also seen him represent his country on seven occasions, scoring 10 points on his international debut against Canada in May 2009.
His most recent appearance in the green of Ireland came in victory over Fiji in the 2017 Autumn Internationals, with Keatley kicking the match-winning penalty in a 23-20 win.
Date of birth: 1 April 1987
Height: 5ft 11in
Glasgow Debut: v Zebre, 6 March 2020
Place of birth: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Player number: 325