However, the Academy prospect was keen to highlight the role of others around him and not his try scoring exploits as Warriors took maximum point in the Amlin Challenge Cup encounter.
"It was looking like it was going to be one of those games in the last few minutes, but the boys dug deep and we kept the belief," he said.
"I wasn't particularly looking for the ball in the final minute to win it. I guess I was in the right place to get past a few people and score.
"I was really pleased to get the try and get us the bonus point. It was my first try for Worcester and not one that I will forget.
"It was mission accomplished for us in terms of the result. It is hard to come here and if they get their tails up they make it a very hard game," he added.
"It was tough up front, the scrums were hard, but towards the end they tired and we managed to run them around the park.
"I imagine it will be a different game next week at Sixways. We want that five points again and to keep the group going to the last fixture in France against Stade.
"On a personal level, I'm really enjoying my time at Warriors and the last few weeks, getting some senior rugby, has been great. It has been a good move and I'm looking forward to the future."