**Dragons fly-half Sam Davies is determined to kick on at Rodney Parade this season, [insisting his encouraging start at the club will mean nothing unless he can back it up](https://www.dragonsrugby.wales/news/2020/july/davies-determined-to-kick-on-again.html).**\n\nThe Wales international was crowded out at Ospreys and made the switch to Dragons last summer in order to reinvigorate his career.\n\nWith 144 points in 16 games, he’s certainly hit the ground running but is now keen to press the accelerator when the Guinness PRO14 resumes next month.\n\n“It has gone well but it is not about resting on my laurels now,” he said. “It is about kicking on. It’s pointless coming in and being a one-season wonder.\n\n“We’ve got to take learnings from what has been a pretty decent first year at Dragons and put them into the rest of this season and next.\n\n“I’ve really enjoyed myself this season. We were a close group before lockdown and throughout that time we kept it going and kept in touch.\n\n“We had catch-ups as players and the closeness that we have got is something we need to build on and develop when we bring new people into the group.”\n\nDavies’ teammate Elliott Dee is also excited for the league’s return, saying Brok [Harris has set the standard for future Dragons signings.](https://soundcloud.com/user-228195139/a-welshmans-dream-elliot-dee)\n\nNick Tompkins, Jonah Holmes and Joe Maksymiw have all signed on the dotted line, with talks continuing with Wales legend Jamie Roberts.\n\nBut Dee believes South African second row Harris, who has been with the club for seven years, is the man to look up to.\n\n"Brok Harris has been an absolute rock of the team," said the Wales front-rower on the Don’t Give a Ruck podcast.\n\n"Him and Rynard (Landman, now playing in France), when he came over as well, what they have brought to the team is invaluable.\n\n"Brok never misses any rugby and is still going now. It's not just what he brings on the field, it's what he brings off the field, he's just a great guy.\n\nIn Scotland, [the Glasgow Times is reporting](https://www.glasgowtimes.co.uk/sport/18592285.glasgow-warriors-edinburgh-set-recall-players-furlough/) that key Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh players will start contact training today.\n\nIn a phased return, other players will return from furlough at a later date as the SRU slowly builds up to the league’s resumption.