Rhys Carré returned to Cardiff in the summer of 2020, having spent a season with European champions, Saracens.
The bulldozing prop came through the ranks at the club's academy, and quickly impressed to become one of the hot prospects of European rugby.
Carré's promising form for his home region earned him a call-up to the Wales squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup, where his five caps included a replacement appearance in the semi final against eventual winners, South Africa.
Following a season with Saracens, the prop returned to Cardiff ahead of the 2020/21 season, to compete with the likes of Rhys Gill, Corey Domachowski and Brad Thyer for the number one jersey.
The loosehead has gone from strength-to-strength since his return, scoring his first international try in the Guinness Six Nations clash against Scotland in October 2020, and continuing his run in the Test arena.