Northampton Saints: Ken Pisi's work is 'all coming together'
Northampton Saints winger Ken Pisi says he is enjoying his best rugby with the club after his try started the rout of Sale Sharks.
It was Pisi's second score of the season and, in also creating a try for brother George, he helped Saints to a 43-10 win at Franklin's Gardens.
He told BBC Radio Northampton: "I've been working on a lot in the past two years and it's all coming together.
"I've got more confidence, I'm learning heaps and improving each game."
He added: "I've got the work from the coaches to work on finishing and (taking) the high balls and, as it showed in that game, it's coming along.
"It's always a privilege to play in front of a full stadium at the Gardens - this is our fortress."
Reigning champions Saints top the Premiership table by three points from last season's finalists Saracens.
Ken Pisi has scored two tries in six appearances this season, having scored six in 2013-14 and three in 2012-13.
"Ken is one player who has really improved this year," said director of rugby Jim Mallinder.
"He's been good for us, but this year he's been quality. His ability to beat three men for his first score, scoring out of nothing, and then taking the kick to set up George Pisi's try, I was really pleased with him.
"He deserved to get into that Samoan squad."