You were born in England, so how are you Scotland qualified?

My mum, Carol, is Scottish, but I was born in King’s Lynn and went to Wisbech Grammar School.

When did you take up rugby?

Dad took me to West Norfolk rugby club when I was six or seven to try it and I loved it. I played cricket and hockey too. I joined Bedford Academy in my last year at school. After three years I became a senior player there, for one year, and joined Glasgow in 2013.

What positions have you played?

I was full-back with my club up to U16s but No 10 for my school. At 18 or 19 I moved to scrum-half and stayed there. I like being involved all the time, using all aspects of the game – ­ pass, kick and run ­ and being able to boss everyone around.

How did you end up with Scotland U20 and Glasgow?

I was playing an academy  match for Bedford Blues and someone from the Scottish Exiles was there and  invited me to an Exiles camp. It went from there. I ended up playing for Scotland U20 and got an elite development contract at Glasgow through that.

It’s a great club and I was delighted to make my Pro12 debut earlier this season. I really enjoyed it.

What are your current goals?

I am hoping to push on and get a few more chances (to play in the Pro12 for Glasgow). I want to keep pushing the guys ahead of me and giving the coaches a lot to think about.

RW Verdict:  Price missed the whole of last season with a knee ligament injury, but has bounced back and, with the help of the Warriors’ elite player development coach Iain Monaghan, is making an increasingly good impression.