BUOYANT back Bryce Heem says he is “not too worried” about his contract situation as he enjoys being part of a winning Worcester Warriors side.

The explosive wing helped Warriors make it five wins from five in all competitions with a brace in their Premiership Cup 31-12 victory at Leicester Tigers at the weekend.

With his current deal due to run out next summer the 29-year-old New Zealander has reportedly attracted offers from overseas.

Contract negotiations tend to pick up at the end of the year as players whose deals expire in May are allowed to speak to any potential suitors from January.

But Heem who has scored 24 tries in 56 appearances for Warriors admitted he had “not really talked to anyone yet” at the club over his future.

“Obviously there is a new ownership at the club so maybe they need to get some things in order but I am not too sure how it all works,” Heem said.

“At the moment I am not too worried about it.

“I am enjoying my rugby and that’s the main thing.

“We will see what happens in the future.”

Speaking to the Worcester News in early September Heem felt Worcester were “too structured” in attack after losing 21-15 at Sale Sharks.

Since then Worcester have won six of their past eight games and run in a number of tries as they crossed the whitewash five times at Welford Road last Saturday.

“If you look at the (Leicester) game and that try we scored from within our own five-metre line we are definitely playing what we see,” Heem said.

“Taking opportunities like that is what I wanted.

“Our structure has also got a lot better.

“At the start of the season we were a different team to the side we are now.

“We have definitely come a long way and everything is starting to come together.”

Heem, a former New Zealand sevens international joined from Warriors from Super Rugby giants Waikoto Chiefs in the 2015-16 campaign.

“Since I have been here we have been battling for wins and struggling to get them so it is a nice environment to be in at the moment where we are getting a few wins on the bounce,” Heem said.

“All the boys are happy and want to go out there and train hard.”

Heem said he had also been encouraged by the amount of academy aces bursting onto the scene at Warriors.

“I always said when I started playing rugby that if I am not enjoying it then I don’t really want to play and it’s time to hang the boots up,” Heem continued.

“If I go out on that field I really want to enjoy every moment of it and that helps when you are winning.

“But we have got a lot of young guys coming through that are pushing us older fella to put out some decent performances.

“Having that competitive environment is huge as I know I have got to be on my game.

“I am enjoying it. It has been awesome.”

On the influence of attack coach Neil Doak, Heem added: “Doaky has definitely had a bit of a touch on the way we have been playing lately.

“But I think the main things are chemistry and confidence.

“The boys are looking really confident out on that field and taking those opportunities.”