There has been good news off the field for the full-back recently, after his wife gave birth to their first-born child, Harla.
And the 26-year-old gives us the lowdown on his new role as a father, as well as discussing his thoughts, his life and the future.
Warriors apps/pts: 106/100
Favourite food: Lasagne
Favourite film: Forrest Gump
Favourite band: The Beatles
How are you enjoying being a dad?
I'm enjoying family life very much. I have it very easy because my wife Jo is so helpful.
How are you balancing life between Warriors and fatherhood?
Balancing Warriors and having Harla has been okay but we're still finding our feet. There's definitely less free time but I am enjoying it.
Who gets up to do the midnight feed?
I don't get up to do it. Again, my wife is really good.
Who changed the first nappy?
It was a team effort actually but now Jo does more than me. I help out when I can but I'm in charge of bath time.
What do you do in your spare time?
Usually I've got a long list of jobs to do from the wife when I get home. She's good at keeping me on my toes. But I like going out to catch up with the boys and with my other friends away from rugby. Mainly I just try and relax and recover as best as possible. I listen to The Beatles and anything I suppose you would call a classic but I don't know much good music nowadays because I've stopped listening to Radio One - so I'm a bit out of touch.
Any hobbies or other sports you enjoy?
I enjoy my golf. I haven't played in a long time but I'm hoping to get back out there in the summer.
What's your handicap?
It depends who I'm playing. When I play the boys I add a few on my handicap to make sure I'm winning! Alex Grove, Ben Howard, Rich de Carpentier and a few of the others like to have a hit now and again.
You personally have had a good start to the season, what's the secret?
I don't really know. I think I'm playing better because I'm feeling more confident. The coaching that I am getting is making a big difference and I'm understanding my role on the pitch and what's required from me. Staying fit and just being out there playing rugby is the way to improve and hopefully I can keep improving and maintain my form.
What do you make of the season so far?
It's been tough and even though results haven't gone our way, there have been an awful lot of positives. There are huge changes going on with this club and with the huge group of players there are big cultural changes and these things take time. For me, even though results haven't gone our way, I can see that things are changing and moving in the right direction.
With the changes with the Academy structure, things are happening for the better too?
Yes definitely. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity when I was in the Academy to train with the first-team. You learn an awful lot from doing so and these young guys will be relishing the opportunity, they'll be learning a lot and also realising that they're not a million miles away from taking that next step. You have to bring on the youth at the club and you have to keep hold of them for as long as possible and ultimately it's those guys that are going to be moving things forward in the future. You have to start them as young as possible by exposing them to this environment and that is what Dean Ryan is looking to do and so far it is proving successful for the youngsters.
How do you think the club can hold on to their talented players?
It will have a big impact in first-team rugby on the pitch if we're moving up the table in the way that we hope to and it's going to make decisions a lot easier for those quality youngsters coming through. If we do that they are going to want to be a part of it. They will see that there is a definite path to success here and it'll be a huge draw in them staying at Worcester.
How important will the fans be this season?
It makes a huge difference to us with all the supporters here. We want them to keep getting behind us, which they do season after season. When we see the stadium filled with cheering Worcester fans it really does give you a lift as a player and the atmosphere certainly does drive you on. The more people that are here the better it is for us really.
Dean Ryan said some nice things about you recently - do you have any England ambitions?
I've always wanted to play for England. Every young rugby player aspires to play for their country. It is flattering for Dean to say what he did and it means a lot. But it won't count for anything unless I can help bring success here at Worcester. It's a case of knuckling down if I really do want to start pushing for that level and I know that I'll need to get things right here and help this club move forward and be successful first.