He has been one of a trio of Gloucester players in England's U20 Grand Slam squad this spring alongside Ryan Mills and Dan Robson and will be keen to join them in featuring in the Gloucester Rugby first team squad in the not too distant future.
As well as international duty, Koree has been developing his game at club level this season courtesy of Gloucester's dual registration arrangement with Moseley and also a spell at Clifton Rugby.
As 2010-11 starts to near its conclusion, the 19 year old told the club website that this season has been one where he's learned a lot and that he's looking forward to developing his game still further.
"I think the season has gone quite well overall although I've had a couple of knocks which have slowed me up a little at times."
"I've learned such a lot from people like Olivier Azam but I know that there are still areas of my game that I need to work on and I'm determined to work hard to pursue my dream of playing top flight rugby."
"I think that Gloucester is a fantastic place for me to develop and play my rugby. Bryan Redpath has shown in the past that, if you're good enough, then you're old enough."
"With it being a World Cup year, it's now down to me to make a positive impression and take advantage of any opportunities that may come my way."