After beginning his new challenge across the English Channel with tallies of 14 and 17 points in Toulon's opening two league fixtures, Wilkinson added a further 15 points as his club registered their second victory in three attempts.
The England fly-half kicked five penalties as Toulon beat newly promoted SCA Albi 15-9 away from home to climb to third place in the Top 14 standings.
And while Toulon can be pleased with two wins and a draw at the start of the new campaign, Wilkinson can be equally satisfied with his position at the top of the French points scoring charts.
The 30-year-old currently has 46 points to his name to head the likes of Castres' Cameron McIntyre, Clermont Auvergne's Brock James, Perpignan's David Mele and Jean-Baptiste Elissalde of Toulouse in the race for the French golden boot.
Wilkinson will be back in action on Wednesday night when Toulon host championship leaders Clermont in round four.