The fly half kicked the game saving conversion with just seconds left on the clock, marking his 250th appearance in black, green and gold in the process. It was also a record 148th appearance for the club in the Aviva Premiership, Myler surpassing club legends Bruce Reihana and Ben Cohen.
But in spite of his pride the 30 year old was far from delighted with the afternoon on a whole.
“I enjoyed parts of it,” he told SaintsTV. “We’re not very happy with our first half display - we let ourselves down badly there - but as a result we’re also extremely proud of the way we came back into the game.
“Credit Gloucester, but we weren’t as good as we know we can be and moving forward we have to be better.
“From a personal point of view, it’s obviously nice to reach those figures. I’m very proud to be in the company that this great club has and to have represented the Saints so many times.
“Long may it continue.”
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