WORCESTER Warriors' Scottish fly-half Duncan Weir has returned to training after three months out with a shoulder injury.

The 30-year-old suffered the setback against Leicester in February and at the time there were fears he had played his last game for the club.

It was announced in January that the fan-favourite would return to Glasgow Warriors in the summer, where he began his professional career, ending a three year spell at Sixways.

But head coach Jonathan Thomas revealed the fly-half, on Tuesday, completed his first training session back.

"Duncan's has come back into training this week," said Thomas.

"He's been out for a long time so the big thing is for player's who have just come back, is there ability to tolerate load.

"You never want to rush someone back in.

"But it's great to see him. He has brought great energy to training in his first session back and he's running around like an eighteen year old, so it's great to have him back and then every week, we will make a decision on him."

There was a slight scare for prop Nick Schonert during the loss at Exeter Chiefs at the weekend, when he limped off during the first-half.

He was later seen in a protective boot after the match at Sandy Park but Thomas says it is "not serious".

"Sharky has had a scan on his foot," he added.

"There's a little burst there, it's inflamed and he's in a boot at the moment. We will make a decision this week but it's not too serious.

"He will be touch and go for this weekend and we will assess him on Thursday."

There was some encouraging news on the fitness of Warriors' full-back Melani Nanai from the head coach. 

He said there was an outside chance he might feature before the season is out. He suffered a season ending hamstring tear back in January at Sale but the former Super Rugby man could get some minutes before the end of the campaign.