Goode, who came off the bench in the RBS 6 Nations to replace Jonny May against both France and Scotland, kicked 13 points in the win, which sends Saracens back to the top of the Aviva Premiership.
And McCall was impressed with the way that Goode acquitted himself at No.10 after Charlie Hodgson was ruled out of the game just before kick-off through illness.
"He did an amazing job and we had to re-adjust a lot of people," he said
"The team put those setbacks behind them and just rolled up their sleeves. It was a great performance.
"Alex hasn't been at the club for four or five weeks, apart from a couple of days.
"To have to step in and play fly-half against a really good team in a big atmosphere, in a big game, and do what he did, was pretty special."
Goode is being kept out of the England starting lineup by an in-form Mike Brown, but did no harm to his chances of a more prominent role against Wales on Sunday.
"The boys gave me a lot of support and they were outstanding and the effort was excellent across the team both defensively and we showed some good things in attack," Goode said.
"We were full of energy and we ran hard and we were very happy after a performance where we had to dig in when we were up against it."