Gloucester centre Trinder scored two tries to take his tally to six in six games for England this season and feels that the team are peaking at the right time.
England booked a place in the semi finals of the IRB Toshiba Junior World Championship as they clinched their third win of the group stages.
England will now face South Africa in the semi finals whilst New Zealand will face Australia.
Trinder said after the game:
"We've gone game by game and we're getting better game by game. Hopefully the more linebreaks we can achieve the more we can link up and score and that's making us a more threatening team."
"In the first two games against Scotland and Japan in the first 20 minutes we've been very slow and it's taken us a long time to get out of the blocks."
"Against Samoa we scored two tries in the first 10 minutes going forward. We've got some big ball carriers like Calum Clark and Carl Fearns and the backs were clicking so we looked pretty good."
"South Africa will be a massive challenge. It's the one we were expecting to come through from that group. Sure it'll be a big, physical South African team; good at running, good at kicking, equally effective doing both."
"There's definitely a belief that we can win this now. Coming out of the Six Nations we were very down. But ever since we started training for this tournament we've believed we can win it if we come together."
"We've only given up two tries - 14 points - in the three games and if we can keep that up with our attack we'll be fine."
Speaking after the 15-3 Aviva Premiership defeat at Northampton, Director of Rugby David Humphreys couldn't criticise his team's effort in difficult conditions, but pinpointed the errors and indiscipline that allowed Stephen Myler to kick the home team to victory.
A handful of the Gloucester Rugby Mo-Bros visited Pride Hair Salon in Gloucester on Wednesday afternoon to have the final touches applied to their Movember efforts, and the team captain Jacob Rowan spoke to GRTV ahead of the final few days of the month.
Northampton away was the first Gloucester game under David Humphreys last season, but the Director of Rugby told the local media that the Cherry and Whites are a different proposition compared to 12 months ago and are looking forward to the challenge.
Having skippered Gloucester against the Barbarians last week, Nick Wood once again wore the captain's armband on Monday evening as Gloucester United kicked off their Aviva Premiership A League campaign with a bonus point win at Leicester.
Gloucester recorded a 32-20 win over La Rochelle on Thursday evening, and second row Jeremy Thrush was thrilled to pick up the victory on his first taste of a trip to France and the hostile atmosphere.
Gloucester were forced to battle for their 33-20 victory in La Rochelle on Thursday evening, something that centre Bill Meakes said that he and the squad were well prepared for as well as thanking the travelling support for the part they played.
After missing out on Gloucester's two recent European fixtures, Jonny May is back on the left wing for Friday evening's Aviva Premiership fixture at Northampton, while Mariano Galarza is named in the matchday squad for the first time this season.