Semesa Rokoduguni: Dave Attwood hails Bath match-winner's 'razzle dazzle'
Bath's Semesa Rokoduguni has been described as an "unbelievable talent" by teammate Dave Attwood following his match-winning try at Exeter Chiefs.
England wing Rokoduguni, 29, skipped past the Chiefs defence in the last attack as Bath won Sunday's dramatic Premiership game 13-10 at Sandy Park.
Bath are third in the table after their sixth league win in seven games.
"He can pretty much do everything - if I could pick one player to be, I'd probably be him," lock Attwood said.
"He has got a little bit of 'razzle dazzle' - he's an unbelievable talent."
Both Rokoduguni and Attwood are joining England's training camp ahead of 12 November's autumn international against South Africa after Attwood, also 29, was recalled by head coach Eddie Jones.
"To be blunt, I'm dead excited to be back involved, in any capacity, with international rugby," Attwood added. "I'll go out on the plane wide-eyed. Hopefully I'll be involved in some way.
"Once you're on the plane, you're in with a chance - so I'll train hard and push everyone as much as I can."
England are without injured Saracens second-row pair of George Kruis (ankle surgery) and Maro Itoje (fractured hand).