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USA fullback/center Chris Wyles is settling in nicely at inside center for Saracens - well enough to score a try against Connacht in Heineken Cup action this past weekend and to provide the try-saving tackle to seal the win.

Now, having secured a crucial away victory, they take on the might of Toulouse at Wembly Stadium.

"It was a tough game against Connacht but we are very happy with the win," Wyles told "To make it through to the quarters you basically have to win every game in the pool stages. Now we can look forward to a massive game against Toulouse at Wembley this weekend."

Wyles, who started hyis pro career as a wing who was itching to play fullback, has now played wing, fullback and both center positions for Sarries.

"I'm enjoying playing inside centre," he said. "You definitely get more involved in the physical side, which I enjoy, but, regardless of my position I'm happy to be on the pitch and contributing to our great start to the season."

Ahead for Wyles after the Toulouse game is another meaningful fixture, USA v. Russia at his club's home field, Allianz Park.

This is a huge game for the USA in that it's against the Russians, and also because it's a huge opportunity to sell the game to American ex-pats in the UK.

"I don't feel any pressure with the Eagles at Allianz Park," said Wyles. "It will be awesome to have all the boys play at my home stadium and hopefully I can show some of them around London!"