SPENCER Bromley should be playing in the Premiership according to his coach Adrian Skeggs.

The Worcester Rugby Club director of coaching believes the 31-year-old is yet to fulfil his true potential but thinks there is still time for the winger.

Bromley was the outstanding player in Worcester's 32-14 win at Bedford on Saturday - scoring a hat-trick and kick-starting his Sixways career.

The former Harlequins man has been in and out the side since his summer move from Ulster but lines up at Sixways today against Manchester for a crunch National One clash.

And Skeggs has no doubt that if Bromley shows his Bedford form again, he could cement a regular place and his long-term future at Worcester.

He said: "Spencer has been on bigger dance-floors than most players at the club. I asked him this week - 'why are you playing second division rugby?' because I think he has that much talent that he should be playing week in, week out in the Premiership.

"I thought on Saturday, he showed the something you just cannot coach and that is flair. I have seen him play some outstanding games this season and he is the type of winger who makes things happen. His running and pace is fantastic and a threat to any team."

For all the praise though, the fact that Skeggs has dropped Bromley continuously this season tells it's own story.

And Skeggs is continuing to try and improve Bromley's defensive attributes.

"I am very happy with 80 per cent of his game but he just needs to tighten up on a few aspects. When the ball is behind us, he has to know the right option to take and we are working with him on that.

"He has the talent though. You are only as good as your last game and he was fantastic last week."

He added: "Spencer can go all the way because he is one of the most talented runners with the ball I have seen."