Wilkinson's latest match-winning haul come on the back of his announcement that he will after all play-on for another season in France. The 33-year-old was considering retirement before undergoing successful groin surgery in January.
"We are almost there with regards to extending my stay. I have said all season if I thought I could contribute something to the team next season I wanted to stay," said Wilkinson.
"I didn't know if it (the operation) was going to work, but it has given me the ability to go out and work hard, to recover and go again. From November through to January, I was thinking: end of career."
"I love playing with really good players and good coaches and that is what we have here."
Wilkinson also revealed that Toulon team-mates and Matt Giteau and Frederic Michalak played a key role in convincing him to carry on.
"These are guys who play inside and outside me and both play in my position too, so there is no better position to have to see if they think I am doing a good job," he said.
"These are guys for whom I have such great respect, guys from whom you want to hear the negative stuff. But they were really honest and I got the impression that they wanted me there."
Wilkinson will go head-to-head with current England squad outside half Toby Flood in Toulon on Sunday, 7 April, with a place in a first Heineken Cup semi-fial at stake.