Scotland flanker Alasdair Strokosch admits the forward pack are thrilled to see their team-mates in the backs adding a cutting edge to the side during this year's RBS 6 Nations.
Scotland have scored excellent tries in all three of their RBS 6 Nations games in this campaign.
Max Evans crossed for a fine individual try against Wales in the opener at Murrayfield before brother Thom crossed against France thanks to some slick handling along the backline.
Then last Saturday Simon Danielli notched a blistering try against Italy after some excellent passing from Phil Godman and Graeme Morrison as Scotland chalked up their first win of the 2009 RBS 6 Nations.
Strokosch told RBS6Nations.com: "It's great to see guys like Thom and Max Evans and Simon Danielli making inroads into the opposition and scoring tries.
"You see the work you are doing put to good use and likewise the backs will like to see the forwards gaining ground and putting in the hard work."
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