Samoa international Loki Crichton will be looking to put the boot into the opposition during the 2008/09 season in the Guinness Premiership after settling into life at Sixways Stadium.
Crichton, a dynamic and versatile back, signed a two-year deal at Warriors after impressing at the 2007 Rugby World Cup and made an immediate impact.
Equally comfortable at full back or fly half, Crichton scored after climbing off the bench against Leeds Carnegie and his brillance in midfield helped Warriors click during the middle of the season.
Crichton, who has previously played for the Chiefs in the Super 14 competition and Waikato in the Air New Zealand Cup, also scored a memorable late try against Harlequins in December to salvage a bonus point.
The talented back, who had played for Newcastle Falcons in the Guinness Premiership, has also impressed on the international stage since making his Samoa debut in 2006, during the inaugural Pacific Five Nations tournament.