All Blacks great Dan Carter has suggested he could be about to return to the game after retiring earlier this year.
The former fly-half, widely regarded as one of the greatest All Blacks of all time, is yet to reveal in what capacity his return will be.
But, posting on Instagram yesterday, he hinted at a comeback of some sort.
“I’ve just finished a kicking session,” he told followers.
“I’m in the middle of training for a little comeback on the rugby field actually. In exactly what capacity, I can’t really say too much at the moment.”
He then went on to explain how to pull of his renowned banana kick, which Carter famously did against the Highlanders in 2007.
Before hanging up his boots, the playmaker was heavily linked with a move to America to play in Major League Rugby.
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