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Next up is a trip to the Aviva Stadium next Saturday to take on Ireland and Gammell believes 19-year-old Hogg will be in buoyant mood after a try on his home debut against Les Bleus.
The Glasgow Warriors starlet has been the bright spark in an otherwise disappointing tournament but Gammell is confident that will change.
He told the Scotsman: “I think we will see all of the players in the squad taking confidence from seeing what [Stuart] can do in training and from what he has done so far against Wales and France, and that can bring out more in each of them; more belief and more composure.
“It is not about expecting everything from Stuart, but just letting him play the way he does, and others will draw confidence from him.
“It was fabulous to see Lee Jones and Stuart Hogg score against France, because they will have confidence in themselves and the chances of Stuart or Lee scoring in the next game will be dramatically greater than they were when they went out against the French.
“When I scored a couple of tries I expected to score three, and confidence like that is infectious.”
Gammell, who scored two tries on his international debut against Ireland at Murrayfield in 1977, has also backed coach Robinson and his assistant Gregor Townsend to come good.
“I am a big fan of Andy’s and Gregor’s, and there is no doubt that they are moving the team forward,” he added.
“Look at the team’s ability to control the ball and the breaks they are making now. The players just don’t have that composure to finish them off yet.”