But the Ospreys leader, who will resume the Wales captaincy for this summer's tour to North America at a lunchtime announcement on Monday, opted to focus only on his regional team-mates and not on his own return to form after his Ospreys side ended their home campaign on a high.
"I only ever give 100 per cent when I go on the field but it was a good performance from everyone and I'm fortunate to play in such a great team," said the 28-year-old.
"It was a great spectacle for the supporters in our last home game of the season, the sun is shining and both teams tried to play attacking rugby."
Ospreys fly-half James Hook scored 19 points but Glasgow played their part with a brace of tries from Samoan wing Lome Fa'atau and Argentine Bernardo Stortoni.
Ospreys - Tries: Tiatia, Owen, Nutbrown; Cons: Hook (2); Pens: Hook (5)
Glasgow - Tries: Stortoni, Fa'atau (2); Cons: Jackson; Pens: Jackson (2)