He made his first team debut as a replacement against Worcester in the LV=Cup tie at Kingsholm but really announced his arrival a week later in the same competition against Harlequins at the Stoop.
He started that day and finished with a personal haul of 11 points including the conversion with the last kick of the match that secured the win and Gloucester's place in the semi finals.
Taylor's performances on the pitch and the ease with which he has fitted in at Kingsholm have prompted Head Coach Bryan Redpath to move quickly and sign Taylor on a two year deal which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2011-12 season.
"Tim's been a fine addition to the squad in recent weeks. He's settled in really quickly which was vital as we needed him to contribute straightaway."
"He's a composed performer, as has been seen from his performances so far, and will have an important role to play over the next couple of seasons."
"With Nicky (Robinson), Freddie (Burns) and Tim all on board for next season, I'm really pleased with our options at fly half."