Goode is now the leading points scorer in the professional era for Worcester Warriors after knocking Shane Drahm off top spot.
Goode started the Premiership game against Sale Sharks five points behind Drahm in the all-time points scoring charts for Warriors but his 17-point haul means he now stands at the top as the highest points scorer in the club's history.
Goode accounted for all the Warriors points when they pipped Perpignan by a point at Sixways and if two teams in the same Pool finish on the same number of match points then group honours will initially be decided by who has earned the most number of match points from the head-to-head matches.
Worcester and Perpignan have earned five points each from those contests and if they still cannot be separated then the club who has scored the most tries in the two matches go top - and Perpignan are ahead 3-1 on that score.
"We are going to have to hope that Bizkaia Gernika or Rovigo play well enough against Perpignan to deny them a try bonus point," said Warriors' head coach Richard Hill.
"It's not in our hands now. If Perpignan beat the other teams with a try bonus point then they will go through.
"However, strange things can happen and maybe Rovigo or Gernika will do enough against Perpignan.
"We have just got to look after ourselves in our two remaining games, make sure we get the bonus point and do all we can do to get the maximum 10 points and see where we end up."