Director of Rugby Mike Ruddock has praised the impact of last action hero Willie Walker since his arrival at Sixways Stadium.
Walker has joined Warriors on loan from local rivals Gloucester and has quickly settled into life at his new club.
The 30-year-old has also written his place into Warriors folklore after his late drop goal over champions Wasps and Ruddock is not surprised by the impact he has made.
"Willie has added a lot of experience and is very composed," he said. "He is an intelligent player who knows when to run the ball, when to cut his losses and chase.
"He is forever talking to our players and organising the patterns of play and trying to make sure people are in the right place. Defensively he is very strong too.
"He is a great all-round player with a lot of excellent attributes, but in particular his composure under pressure which was highlighted with that drop goal against Wasps. We look forward to seeing even more from him in the coming games."
A late, late penalty try ensured Warriors will take a five-point advantage into the second leg of their Championship play-off semi-final as Dean Ryan's men forced a 27-22 win at the Richmond Athletic Ground.
Backs Sam Smith and Alex Grove have been restored to the Warriors starting line-up ahead of Saturday's Greene King IPA Championship semi-final first leg with London Scottish at the Athletic Ground (kick-off 1.45pm).