While all Ospreys supporters and Welsh rugby fans will be delighted to see him back and revel in watching him strut his stuff in the black shirt again, Giles is under no illusions of the task ahead of him.
“The plan is now to challenge for a spot on the wing in the first team, all the injury worries are behind me and I just need to train well, prove myself and challenge for the shirt,” said Giles.
“We have had some great wingers here in the past and we have them now but I have never shied away from a challenge. I think the competition for places here, which is now developing, is going to help us all.
“When you see how well the boys have played recently, you just know you have to up your game to challenge for a spot in the team.
“It’s exciting here now, everybody is working hard and pushing each other but there is a real closeness and togetherness here now. That is showing in the performances too.
“This group of players has been through quite a bit and now we are reaping the rewards of developing that tough mindset.”