However, an injury picked up when he scored the crucial try in the EDF Energy semi final win over the Ospreys was his final action in a Gloucester shirt as he had to sit out the rest of the season.
And speaking this week at the Barbarians training camp, the 33 year old admitted that he's really looking forward to gracing the Kingsholm turf once more.
"I didn't really get a chance to say goodbye properly when I left Gloucester because I was injured in the semi final win over the Ospreys and I know Rory (Lawson) feels the same way.
"Being injured and missing out on the final few games wasn't the way I wanted to go out. But it wasn't to be and I guess this is a chance almost to close that loop.
"The Gloucester fans were always fantastic and it's an amazing place to play rugby. They're loyal, passionate supporters and it would be nice to run out there again and hear some of the banter I did in the past.
"I don't what the team will be yet or whether I'll be involved on the night but I've got such fond memories of the place and if I get the opportunity to get a run out at Kingsholm, it'll be amazing.
"Hopefully I'll get a good reception if I'm involved. I loved my time with Gloucester and always enjoyed the matchday atmosphere, it's second to none in England."