Sctoland international Phil Godman is sconfident of kick starting his career after confirming his switch London Scottish from Edinburgh Rugby.
The 29-year-old Edinburgh-born fly half has also represented Scotland at U18, U19 and U21 level before winning his first cap for the senior international side against Romania in June 2005.
He made his RBS Six Nations debut against Wales at Murrayfield in February 2007.
Godman captained Merchiston Castle School to victory in the Scottish Schools Cup in 2000 before signing a professional contract with Newcastle Falcons, before moving to Edinburgh Rugby in 2004.
Godman said: “I’m excited to be joining a club with such a prestigious history. Obviously, with its Scottish heritage, it was a definite attraction for me.
"After a few injuries recently, I’m looking forward to kick-starting my career and getting on the pitch for London Scottish.”
Director of Rugby Simon Amor is excited about the signing of Godman as the club continues its search for Scottish talent, with Godman being the third Scot signed by the club this month.
Amor added: “A core part of the London Scottish philosophy is always being on the lookout for Scottish talent.
The signing of Phil’s calibre not only fits into this philosophy, but his quality shows the ambitions of the club as we prepare for a second year in the Championship.”
Amor also believes Godman’s experience can only benefit players such as young fly half Dan Mugford, following the recent retirement of player-assistant coach James Brown.
“I’m hugely excited. Dan is an exciting young talent, proven with his accolades this season as top try scorer, top points scorer and voted the Supporters Player of the Season," said Amor.
"Having two excellent fly halves at the club can only benefit us and Dan will learn a lot from Phil. This fits in with our philosophy of developing younger players who have the potential to play at the highest level.”