Jonathan Davies wants Wales to pick James Hook at centre

Wales' Jonathan Davies in action against England during their Six Nations match on March 16, 2013
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Jonathan Davies believes that James Hook should be played as centre in Wales's next Autumn International against Argentina.

Former Wales international Jonathan Davies believes that his nation should opt for James Hook at centre against Argentina.

Wales will be without Jonathan Davies for the remainder of the Autumn Internationals due to a pectoral injury.

"It might be an opportunity to put James Hook in there for a little bit more creativity," BBC Sport quotes Davies as saying.

"Ashley Beck is an option of course, but for me he's [Hook] been playing well out in France and he is a natural rugby player.

"Sometimes you need that little bit of creativity and I would start with Hook and Scott Williams."

Davies suffered the blow during Wales's 24-15 defeat to South Africa on Saturday.

South Africa celebrate a try as George North of Wales looks dejected during an International between Wales and South Africa at Millennium Stadium on November 9, 2013
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