Having impressed when making his debut in last year's edition, he again showed both his power and pace for Jacques Brunel's side.
Returning to club action with the Zebre, he lined up in the unfamiliar position of 12 against the Scarlets but revealed that he had no issues with continuing the experiment, having scored a great solo try.
He said: "When I was coming through as a youngster I played at outside centre, in this game I played in the new role of inside centre and I'm grateful to the coaching team for having faith in me.
"It's an experiment that I'd be happy to try again, the role isn't important, what counts is playing well for the team.
"The next game [for Zebre] against Edinburgh is at Parma, which is like playing at the Olimpico for the national team, when there are that many people there we can do more and want to perform for the fans who come and support us."