The Sharks pack have been much-improved this season and Taylor, who has appeared in nine Aviva Premiership games so far, has been a key factor.
Steve Diamond's troops currently sit eighth in the table in what is a congested middle section of the standings.
And with wins over Bath Rugby,Wasps and Gloucester Rugby already to their name this season, Diamond and co will be hoping to break into the top-six this campaign.
"We have adjusted quite well our scrum has come on in leaps and bounds," said the 22-year-old.
"We have Dan Richmond in who is doing quite a lot of work with us. We are taking it back to working individually with two vs one or three vs four so you get that technical side of it down.
"It is less big impact and more working out your angles and binds which I personally enjoy a lot more as it brings a bit more skill to scrummaging instead of being big strong and pushing hard.
"Last season we forwards were guilty of not giving the best ball to the backs and it made their job a lot harder.
"This year the lineout is going a lot better and scrum is going well so we can give them front foot ball and for players like those, especially Danny Cirpriani, front-foot ball."
Sale Sharks play the return fixture agianst Oyonnax tonight at the AJ Bell Stadium, Taylor and co know a victory is paramount if they are to maintain realistic aims of making the knock-out stages.
"Oyonnax have got some really good players but we are confident of playing to our game plan and going for the win.
"We will be going for the win first and foremost. We would like to play some nice rugby and get the fans going and hopefully get a few tries in to build confidence for London Irish the week after.
"It would make life a lot easier in January and February when the Amlin comes round again so."
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