Ryan Lamb admits it was nice to repay the Warriors faithful with a win on the last day of the Aviva Premiership season.
Warriors fought back from a 17-3 deficit to win 28-27 in a thrilling encounter at Sixways.
And Lamb recognised the significance of the win in delighting the home support.
He said: “It’s great to repay the fans who have been fantastic this season.
“We started slowly but we bounced back with a never-say-die attitude. To come back and beat Gloucester like we did will stand us in good stead as we look forward to the next campaign.”
Lamb slotted a late penalty to secure the win for Warriors under immense pressure.
But the fly-half admitted: “One of the Gloucester fans was giving me stick behind me and I just wanted to silence them by knocking it over.
“I’ve been working hard with Paul Grayson on my kicking and striking the ball a lot better over the last couple of weeks. I’ve just got to carry on doing that next season.”
The number ten is looking forward to the summer and next season where Warriors will welcome a number of new faces.
Lamb added: “It’ll be good to have a break and come back refreshed for pre-season.
“I’m excited about meeting up with all the new lads and help be a part of driving this club forward.”