2012 – Along with current team-mates Chris Fusaro, Rob Harley, Peter Horne, Ruaridh Jackson, Tommy Seymour, DTH van der Merwe and Ryan Wilson, he was one of the originals who had played for the Warriors at Firhill, made the trip to Scotstoun in 2012 and are there now. Made his Scotland debut just a few months before the move, as a replacement winger against Wales, before establishing himself as Scotland’s first choice full-back in the remainder of that Six Nations Championship.

2013 – Aged just 20, one of just three Scots named in head coach Warren Gatland’s original 37-man squad for the British & Irish Lions tour of Australia, along with then clubmate Sean Maitland and former Glasgow Warrior Richie Gray.

2014 – Hogg’s treatment that year invites the drawing of parallels with the recent omission of Richie Gray, who quit Glasgow just before now Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend took the reins there in 2012 and subsequently became the only current Scottish international to have played Test rugby for the Lions but who has been left out of the 42-man World Cup training squad. Townsend took the huff when Hogg showed interest in a possible move to Ulster at the end of the 2013/14 season, resulting in a lose-lose situation for the club as their best player was left out of the team for a final in which they were beaten by Leinster. He also became one of the few Scots to have been shown a red card in a Test match during the Six Nations meeting with Wales that year.

2015 – Scored the try which put Glasgow on their way to victory over Ulster in the final match of the regular season, which secured them home advantage in the semi-finals, then launched a trademark long range penalty to keep them in touch in the semi-final against the same opponents, before playing in the only Glasgow team to have won a major trophy when they beat Munster in the final.

2016 – Became the first Scottish player to be voted Six Nations player of the tournament, scoring the team’s first try in the first defeat of France in a decade and another against Ireland.

2017 – Named in another British & Irish Lions squad after winning a second successive Six Nations player of the tournament award as Vern Cotter’s team became just the second Scottish side to win more matches than it lost in the course of the tournament and helping Glasgow to a first ever Champions Cup quarter-final. One of just two Scots in the original 41-man playing party this time around, along with Tommy Seymour and was widely expected to be the starting full-back before suffering a facial injury that ended his involvement.

2018 – Announced that he was leaving Glasgow to join Exeter Chiefs at the end of the 2018/19 season.

2019 – After an injury blighted season is aiming for a big finish to his career with Glasgow Warriors as they head into the Pro14 play-offs tomorrow night.