England fly-half George Ford has branded Bath team-mate Semesa Rokoduguni the best finisher he has ever played alongside.
Rokoduguni has scored five tries in the Premiership this season and could earn his second England cap - his last coming in a 24-21 defeat to New Zealand in 2014 - in Saturday's Test against his native Fiji at Twickenham.
Ford has no doubts about the 29-year-old wing's attacking ability but also complimented the effort he puts in defensively.
"He is the most dangerous player I've ever played with. The best finisher I've ever played with," Ford told England Rugby.
"This year with Bath if you give him the ball and a little bit of space then you can see what he can do.
"People don't often see the work he does when he hasn't got the ball.
"The decisions he makes in defence, getting man and ball. His understanding of when to come infield to get the ball and when to hold the width is great as are his aerial skills.
"He's also an unbelievable finisher. He's quality, a great guy to have in your team and if he plays we'll certainly be looking to get the ball in his hands as much as possible."