Toulouse's Maxime Médard has brought back his superb Six Nations form for the Top 14 side in their 36-3 victory over Stade Français at Stadium de Toulouse on Sunday.
The full-back was on duty for France in the the competition, having started in the opening three rounds and coming on as a replacement in the last two matches against Scotland and England.
The former France under 21 champion started for his club side in their bonus point win over Stade Français.
"I was very happy to take part in the whole of the Championship. I was pleased to start or come off the bench," Médard told the Six Nations website.
"With France we have a squad that rotates but we get on well together.
"I'm going through a good period at the moment, but I'm really happy because the work is paying off.
Médard not only impressed with his overall attacking play over the weekend, but also got onto the scoring sheet when he crashed over for his 78th minute try.
"It's a win (against Stade Français) that is good for morale and for the table," he added.
Castres lost, Bordeaux lost and winning with a bonus point is good for us."
"We had gone on a run of games without a win, and we reacted well even if Paris didn't have their internationals and were focused on Europe."