Gloucester's James Simpson-Daniel has his thoughts set on Saturday's visit to the Stoop to play NEC Harlequins following this weekend's convincing 24-3 win over Leicester Tigers.
The 21 year-old wingman played his third game of the current campaign and was a constant threat as the Cherry and Whites played an expansive approach against the Tigers at Kingsholm.
Commenting on www.gloucesterrugbyclub.com the flying winger said: "We all worked really hard at the weekend and we're already concentrating on Saturday against NEC Harlequins. We're focussing on our own game and want to build on our performance against Leicester. We'll be looking to play the way we know we can up at the Stoop."
Simpson-Daniel was a key player in both defence and offence on Saturday against the Tigers. He picked up the Coors Big Hit award for his crunching tackle on Tim Stimpson during the second half and was involved in many of Gloucester's frequent attacks.
One of the attacks should have resulted in a try after a superb break from captain Jake Boer from inside his own half put Simpson-Daniel away.
The referee called for the television official to judge on the 21 year-old's touch down and ruled no try.
Commenting on the decision Simpson-Daniel said: "I got close to the line, ball in my hands, and 99 times out of 100 I would have got it down. I thought I had put it down but I bounced the ball, which was a careless mistake."
The 24-3 win over the Tigers took Gloucester up to third place in the Zurich Premiership. Simpson-Daniel added: "I thought we worked really hard against Leicester. But we lost the ball on occasions, and that is something to work on this week.
"But we won and that's what it is all about. It was vital that we played well and got the four points at Kingsholm, but we've got to try and put in similar performances away from Gloucester."
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