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A new coach generally means new players.

Yet breakthrough Wallabies flyer Jesse Mogg isn't concerned he'll fall out of favour and stay a one-game Wallaby following Ewen McKenzie's taking over from Robbie Deans.

The performance of the Brumbies fullback following Israel Folau's hamstring injury was a silver lining for the Wallabies during their thrashing at the hands of the British and Irish Lions on Saturday.

Mogg was electric from his first touch of the ball, breaking through the line and looking like he might go all the way until he was desperately ankle tapped by Geoff Parling in the 33rd minute.

The reserve Wallabies back also provided his side with a booming, yet accurate left foot kicking option.

Mogg admitted he wasn't too sure where the switch to former Queensland Reds director of coaching McKenzie would leave him in the pecking order.

"As you can see sometimes form is not the best thing to get you in the team," he said.

"I can't comment I guess on what Ewen's going to do. Best thing I can do as a player is play for our club.

"Putting in a team performance gets individuals higher honours."

Mogg stressed that the matter hadn't concerned him too much, with the Brumbies spending all their attention on their final round Super Rugby fixture against the Western Force in Perth this Saturday.

"Not particularly (worried). At this stage I'm committed to helping the Brumbies further themselves in the next few weeks," he said.

"Once the season is over we'll look at that again.

"I'm not going to lie, it's my goal to stay in the squad, but at this stage we've got a massive job here."