Bath coach Gary Gold says he would consider playing wing Kyle Eastmond at fly-half after he impressed in the role
against Bucuresti on Saturday.
The 23-year-old played at number 10 for the first time as a second-half replacement in Bath's 40-17 victory.
"He wanted an opportunity in a less-pressurised situation to see how he goes and he was very good," Gold told BBC Radio Bristol.
"It's a weapon we are investigating a little bit further."
After an injury-hit first season at the Rec, Eastmond has proved his potential in the 15-man game this term and has secured a regular starting place on the wing.
But Gold believes the
former rugby league scrum-half
could now act as a stand-by for regular fly-halves Stephen Donald and Tom Heathcote.
"He's just such a good footballer," he added.
"We're still very comfortable with Kyle being a wing. He's the type of guy who you want to get the ball in his hands - he can create magic.
"Because of his league background he kicks the ball beautifully and understands space.
"It's another option for us."