"Very happy. We knew it was going to be a hard game as London Welsh were on a roll really with two wins on the trot. We knew we had our work cut out for us and we're very happy with the result.
"First Premiership try for me is a big thing but it was more important to get the score for the team and help get the win. It's about the team and I was happy to help."
Each week that goes by, the new faces in the Gloucester set up feel that little bit more at home and that's reflected in the team's performances, a fact endorsed by the former Rotherham player.
"We've had a lot of changes at Gloucester this year coming in to the season. It's not just me, we've new players and a new coaching staff. We're getting used to new patterns and a new style of play and I feel we're growing with each game.
"To win a few games is a big thing to build momentum and I'm just happy to be involved. Any time I get a chance to play for Gloucester is great for me.
"With each week and game that goes by, you can see what's gone right and what's gone wrong and learn from that. Improve on the good things and eradicate the bad things.
"I think we're doing that each week in training. The intensity is there form everyone in the squad. Everyone is contributing."
And, with Bath Rugby the visitors to Kingsholm on Saturday (kick off 2:15pm), he admitted that he's received a crash course in the rivalry between the two sides.
"It's my first year with Gloucester and, until I arrived, I didn't realise the rivalry between the two teams.
"I'm learning slowly but surely that there's a serious history there, and I'm really looking forward to the challenge if I'm lucky enough to be involved."