Nicky Robinson: Ex-Wales fly-half ponders coaching move after helping Blues
Former Wales fly-half Nicky Robinson is eyeing a career in coaching.
Robinson says helping on the training paddock with the Blues has opened his eyes to future opportunities.
"It is working well for me and is a nice opportunity working here," he told BBC Radio Wales Sport. "But I am not retired yet, I am still going."
Robinson, who won 13 Wales caps, said he has not necessarily considered a career in coaching before rejoining the Blues, actually deciding it probably was not for him.
"I am helping out a bit with the coaching side; it has opened up a little bit of an opportunity for me to help out with kicking stuff," he explained.
"Especially with Jarrod Evans and Gareth [Anscombe] to see if they want/need my input.
"And if there are any injuries like there were earlier in the season. I am there and raring to go. '
"I thought about it previously and felt I didn't want to do it.
"I felt my experiences of working with coaches and how stressful that can be and obviously when you're a fly-half you have quite a bit of input both on and off the pitch.
"But it wasn't something I really wanted to pursue as I haven't done a huge amount of coaching.
"This just worked nicely as a nice opportunity to gain experience and see if it was something that I wanted to pursue long-term or not."