DRAGONS back Hallam Amos has been training with Wales ahead of Saturday's Test against Australia but has not yet been called into the autumn squad.

The 18-times capped speedster, who started at full-back in all three summer Tests, has been with Warren Gatland's team ahead of the Principality Stadium clash with the Wallabies along with Ospreys centre Scott Williams.

Amos was not included in the autumn squad after dislocating his elbow in the Dragons' Guinness PRO14 loss to Leinster in September with the Lions trio of Leigh Halfpenny, Liam Williams and George North plus Josh Adams, Steff Evans, Luke Morgan and Jonah Holmes chosen as back three options.

He was put through his paces by the national conditioning squad before making his return to action as an outside centre against Connacht in Galway last Saturday.

The Dragons do not have a PRO14 fixture this weekend and are not training fully, so dual contracted Amos has been helping with the preparations for the Aussies, who he scored against last autumn.

Wales have been boosted by the return to fitness of flanker Ellis Jenkins after a shoulder injury ruled him out of the opener against Scotland.

The versatile Cardiff Blues back row forward could well take the place in the matchday squad of Dragons blindside Aaron Wainwright, who was an unused replacement against the Scots when Dan Lydiate, Justin Tipuric and Ross Moriarty started.

The England-based contingent of Liam Williams, Adams, Holmes and tighthead Tomas Francis are also available, with the latter's return potentially pushing Dragon Leon Brown out of the 23.

Prop Samson Lee will miss the Australia game because of a hamstring injury and fly-half Rhys Patchell is not in consideration.

The Scarlets playmaker has passed concussion tests but has not played a full part in autumn preparations, leaving Gareth Anscombe, Dan Biggar and Jarrod Evans scrapping it out for the 10 jersey.

Wales name their team at midday on Thursday.