Sky Sports columnist Jonathan Davies says his recovery from surgery so far has been the best he could have hoped for.
Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies writes about his new-found life of leisure in this week's column
Last week's win over Toulon means very little unless Clermont win the Top 14, says Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies.
Arriving home after losing the Champions Cup final was a tough reality to endure, says Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies.
Toulon have been the best team in Europe for the last two years but Clermont are up for the challenge, says Jonathan Davies.
Sky Sports columnist Jonathan Davies reflects on his team's Champions Cup semi-final win over Saracens.
Sky Sports' Jon Davies believes that Clermont will have the measure of Saracens in their Champions Cup semi-final.
Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies says Clermont's energy to play the Champions Cup quarter-final can already be felt.
He narrowly missed out on a Six Nations title but Jonathan Davies has three other trophies in his sights in 2015.
Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies talks about the aftermath of the Ireland game in his weekly column.
Jonathan Davies says there hasn't been any bickering in the Welsh training camps, but there is plenty of edge.
Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies says when you play France in Paris, you're taking on more than just the team.
Getting a yellow for his challenge for the ball was a bit harsh in the eyes of Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies.
Sky Sports' Jonathan Davies reflects on a tough weekend, but says his team is far from out of the 2015 Six Nations.
Jonathan Davies says England's Jonathan Joseph poses 'a huge threat' to Wales in Friday's Six Nations opener.
Jonathan Davies talks about the Wales squad and his team's winner-takes-all clash with Saracens this weekend.
Jonathan Davies tells Sky Sports he's coming along in his French lessons, and is no longer at the bottom of the class.
Jonathan Davies says he does not understand the criticism of Rhys Priestland and thinks his move to Bath will be a success.
Jonathan Davies looks back on a good year for club and country and shares his hopes for 2015.
Jonathan Davies reflects on the back-to-back wins over Munster and says there will be no complacency in the future.