Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea was full of praise for scrum-half Danny Care after Harlequins beat Leicester 25-21.
Quins trailed 18-12 at half-time but Care scored a superb solo try after the break, the highlight of a display which had O'Shea calling for England to give his man more game time.
Care has not seen much action in the Six Nations so far and O'Shea said: "The right reaction is to come back and perform for your club.
"Danny Care was world class out there tonight. You're fortunate to be able to watch those types of moments.
"From Stuart Lancaster's point of view, he must be thinking, 'I've got Ben Youngs (who didn't play for Leicester) and Danny Care - how lucky am I?'
"From my point of view, we love having him back. He got stuck in and got physical. Looking at the team, we were physical, we were magnificent.
"I'm always going to back my own player and Danny's outstanding. From Stuart Lancaster's point of view, there are two Lions-standard scrum-halves competing.
"I think England are lucky to be in a position like that. You look underneath Danny Care and Ben Youngs, with Joe Simpson coming through - we're blessed.
"They are only 24 or 25 and that is the heartbeat of the side for a long time. Danny will hopefully get a chance soon with England, I'm sure."