It is hard to argue against his 32 tries in 47 Tests - not to mention 37 Super Rugby tries in just five seasons - but the speedster has revealed just what is spurring him on ahead of Saturday's second Test against the B&I Lions.
It's a simple case of national pride, according to the 26-year-old.
"As a Bok side we're really looking forward to coming to Loftus Versfeld," said the likeable Bulls ace.
"Having a lot of Boks supporters arriving in their Green and Gold jerseys is a huge boost… hopefully we can do our country proud, as we did last weekend."
Bryan Habana is hoping for another victory over the Lions at Loftus Versfeld
Of course, as a long-time darling of the loyal Bulls faithful, Habana knows Loftus Versfeld very well. And the prolific try-scorer - for both the Bulls and the Boks - certainly knows that in-goal area at Loftus better than most, too.
"It's unbelievably huge," stressed the Bok No.11 ahead of the second Test.
"It's a watershed game… We have an opportunity to close out the series with one game left, whereas the Lions have a chance to come back into the series."
On a personal note, Habana had a relatively quiet outing in attack in Durban last week. After scoring eight tries for the Bulls in their victorious 2009 Super 14 campaign, he was unable to add to his Test tally in SA's first Test outing of the year.
But Habana needs just six more tries to draw level with legendary scrum-half Joost van der Westhuizen as the leading Bok try-scorer of all time and he will be eager to start chipping away at Van der Westhuizen's tally this weekend en route to also perhaps securing a series win for his country.