After getting over an hour of match time under his belt last weekend, the 24-year-old admits he is delighted to be back in contention.
He said: "From one week to the next I just want to play as much rugby as I can. There's a lot of competition at loosehead and I'll be battling for a place every week."
Porter lasted just two minutes of last Saturday's match before a clash of heads meant he had to receive treatment on the side-line.
He returned to the field shortly afterwards and came through the rest of the match unscathed.
He continued: "It was cracking to get out there with the boys. There is only so much training you can do. You can't replicate that feeling of going out with your mates and competing on the pitch.
"I clashed heads with Euan Murray and came off second best so there was a bit of blood but you forget about it as soon as you're patched up."
Porter will be aiming to secure another spot in the Warriors squad for the visit of Newcastle Falcons this weekend.
And he insists his side will be doing all they can to secure their first win of the Aviva Premiership campaign.
He added: "It's a massive game for us and we need everyone behind us. We've gone through a lot of detail of things we need to put right so we just want to get back out on the pitch and get a win.
"You always prepare for the side you're playing against and we'll prepare for this match like any other match.
"They're a tough physical side with a good drive and a good scrum so it's up to us to make sure we have what it takes to beat them."