A few missteps in the Super Rugby final may have seen Jesse Mogg's tournament end badly, but it hasn't harmed his Wallaby chances.
The full-back enjoyed a strong season for the Brumbies and was rewarded with an international debut against the British and Irish Lions. However, two errand kicks and a poor pass in quick succession on Saturday saw the focus shift to an apparent choke under the pressure in the last quarter of final rugby.
Despite this, new Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie insists his opinion of the 24-year-old has not changed.
''I'm not the sort of guy who gets interested in a player with a one-off performance,'' said McKenzie.
''I never judge someone on one error or one mistake. It's really performance over time.
''So the guys who are coming in from the Brumbies are the ones who have been doing particularly well consistently.
''I judge people on their potential. Every rugby player I know or have been involved with makes mistakes, so it's more about the positives they bring.
''I think he's got a really good balance to his game. There's a lot of upside to what he can do.''