Wales star Gavin Henson started for the first time since his ban for missing a training session and scored a brilliant try in the Ospreys' 37-22 EDF Energy Cup success against Worcester.
The result keeps the cup holders on course for a semi-final place.
Nikki Walker, Shane Williams and Tommy Bowe added touchdowns for a bonus point success, with fly-half James Hook kicking 17 points.
Hook’s opposite number Matthew Jones slotted five penalties and a conversion of centre Sam Tuitupou’s second-half try, but the Ospreys were good value for the win.
“There was a moment of magic with James Hook’s pass to Gavin that put him into the midfield hole, but he still had a lot to do,” said Ospreys coach Sean Holley, recalling Henson’s score.
“Gavin showed his fitness and sharpness and it was great to see him finish off like that.”
Centre Henson is among 14 Ospreys players who will report for three days of Wales training today and a starting place against Millennium Stadium visitors South Africa on Saturday week looks assured.