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Steyn lets secret slip as Hastings looks set for Glasgow return

Glasgow captain Kyle Steyn perhaps lifted the lid on Scottish rugby's worst-kept secret as he admitted he's "buzzing" to have Adam Hastings home.

The Scotland fly-half, 27, has been linked with a return to Scotstoun from Gloucester and Steyn seemed to confirm the move after Glasgow's 17-13 win over Cardiff.

"We all love Hasto, he still has tons of mates here and he's played this brand of rugby before," Steyn told Viaplay. "We're buzzing to have him home."

Warriors recovered from a 13-0 half-time deficit to move second in the URC and Steyn admitted his side were caught "off guard" before the interval.

"Credit to a great Cardiff side, they put us under a lot of pressure," he added. "We're saying all the right things, we knew what was coming but they still caught us off guard.

"You can say all you want but you have to start doing it.

"We're buzzing for Duncy [Munn], even though he only got 40 seconds. He's a Warrior now and always will be. We have Max [Williamson], big Al [Samuel], Fez [Euan Ferrie] at six. It's a great test for the young boys, and it's a good sign for us as going forward."