England's Chris Ashton has shelved his 'dive' celebration for the time being following a conversation with head coach Stuart Lancaster.
The Saracens wing helped himself to a hat-trick in Sunday's 57-26 success over the Barbarians, but his spectacular try-scoring leap over the line was nowhere to be seen.
Ashton has now revealed that having spoken to Lancaster about the celebration a while ago it had been decided to save it for the right time and place.
"I had a conversation a while ago with Stuart Lancaster about the dive and we decided right place, right time," commented Ashton.
"Maybe in a World Cup final but I didn't think today was the right time or the right place."
Prior to Sunday's treble Ashton had not scored for England in six Tests and even though it was a non-cap game the 25-year-old is feeling good about his form.
"I'm feeling confident again," he continued. "The team is a bit more settled and it was pretty much the Six Nations back line out there.
"We knew the game would be open, we moved the ball and I thought we looked pretty good doing it."