Mark McCall insists there’s more to come from his Saracens side despite a six-try 46-31 home success over Worcester Warriors.

The win ends a run of three defeats at home as Jackson Wray and Nathan Earle both crossed twice in the second half after the first 40 ended 17-17.

Ben Spencer and Sean Maitland had got the Saracens’ first half scores while there was another try for Warriors’ wing Josh Adams – his ninth of the league campaign.

Saracens moved up to second in the Premiership table with the success, leaders Exeter play tomorrow, and director of rugby McCall is confident there are better performances in the pipeline.

“We need to be more consistent during games and from game to game, we know there’s a level we can go to, we’ve seen it but we need to be there more often,” he said.

“We’re overall disappointed with how we played. I thought it was a very patchy performance but there was a period in the second half from 50 to 75 minutes when we played outstandingly well.

“There were brilliant passages, some proper rugby but there were too many passages where it wasn’t like that.

“When it was good we had intensity, intent and were physical but we lacked those qualities in the first half, I thought we were completely off the boil in the first half.

“It needed to go up across the squad and in fairness it did for 25 to 30 minutes of that second half and it encapsulates our season to a degree.

“We’ve been magnificent at times this season, had some performances which were top draw and top level and some that haven’t been.”

The Warriors left with a try bonus point as Jamie Shillcock crossed with the final play to add to scores from David Denton, Sam Lewis and Adams.

The winger has scored in each of his last six games for the Warriors and director of rugby Alan Solomans is confident he’s capable of stepping up to international rugby.

He said: “He (Adams) is a really good rugby player, he’s an extremely dangerous broken-field runner, he’s very dangerous, Wales tend to produce those players, those backs, it must be their genetics.

“I don’t know (if he’ll get called up) all I would say is he’s a class player and certainly capable of playing international rugby.

“He’s got a lot of confidence in terms of how the team have played. It’s always about the team, because the team have played well, he’s been given opportunities that he’s taken.

“He’s grown in confidence, that I can see, when I first came people said he would hesitate before going for the line, at the moment he knows where the line is for sure.”