And he did his cause no harm with 11 from 11 in Nantes as Sarries came from behind to record a 37-28 win.
Meanwhile there was some good news for Ireland head coach Declan Kidney as two returning stars impressed for Leinster.
Rob Kearney has had an injury-disrupted campaign so far this season and did not feature in the autumn internationals, but went over for a try in a 33-14 success over the Scarlets.
That was one of five scores for the Dublin-based outfit, with Luke Fitzgerald, who has also been out since last spring, crossing as well.
Despite that win, Leinster will only be able to progress to the quarter-finals as a best second-place after Clermont sealed top spot in Pool Five.
Three players called up for France's RBS 6 Nations campaign got on the scoresheet, with Wesley Fofana and Damien Chouly grabbing one try apiece, and Jean-Marcellin Buttin scoring two more in a 46-3 win over Exeter.