Mads Ostberg will rejoin Citroen's World Rally Championship line-up for at least two more events, starting in Portugal next month.
Ostberg, a Citroen works driver in 2014 and 2015, drafted back into the team for Rally Sweden in February and finished sixth.
Since then, he has been working to secure further outings in a C3 and he announced on Wednesday that he would be back in the team for Portugal and Italy.
"It feels really good to be back in the car and back with the team again after a long break since Rally Sweden," said Ostberg, whose only WRC win thus far came in Portugal in 2012 in an Adapta Ford.
"I'll do anything I can to prove that I'm worth those two rallies, and hopefully I will get back in the car later on in the season again, but now let's focus on those two events."
Motorsport.com understands that Finland and GB have also been mooted as events where Citroen could run Ostberg.
Citroen is only fielding two full-time cars this season, with Kris Meeke completing the whole campaign and main teammate Craig Breen stepping aside for Sebastien Loeb on three occasions.
As well as Ostberg's growing number of outings, Citroen also enters team regular Khalid Al-Qassimi in an extra car for a part-time programme.
Ostberg ran a privateer Ford with his own team in the first year of the WRC's new regulations last season but decided not to continue with that route for 2018.