However despite his exploits which have seen him become the first teenager to score ten tries in international rugby, Davies has warned the public to remember that North is still incredibly inexperienced in international terms.
Davies said: "At the moment I'm concerned. I've sat him down and said: 'I don't expect anything from you other than go out there and enjoy yourself. Don't put any pressure on yourself to do magical things out there. Just enjoy'.
"It's a problem. Let's just realise the boy he is 19. He has had huge profile and very few people will know what that's like.
"He will get better than he is. He will have some down times.
"We don't want to over-use George. He is good on the ball, but he can be good as a decoy runner.
"He said he goes around the supermarket and people are looking at what food he puts into his basket.
"That is the type of intensity and glare he is under.
"We have to be very careful with someone like George North. He is a 19-year-old boy.
"He is going to play some great rugby and he's going to be off the pace at times. We shouldn't put too much expectation on him."