Micheal Bradley is enjoying life at the moment with a chance of a European final on the horizon.
Connacht are 80 minutes away from a place in the Amlin Challenge Cup final- they just have to get past French Championship leaders Toulon.
"With three matches to go in the Magners League and a (European) semi-final and a possible final, spirits are high. Matches are coming quick and fast and the competition is extremely tough, but it's a great position to be in," said Bradley.
"The lads got over Sunday relatively quickly and we have to do that. Leinster is a good way to refocus the minds, then the Scarlets, Toulon and Ulster."
Having been favourites against a weakened Munster, Connacht, who unusually had more internationals on paper in their starting XV, will revert to being under-dogs tomorrow night when they take on reigning European champions Leinster in the Magners League he says.
"That was a nice position to be in - the first time since I came that Connacht have been favourites going into a match against Munster, which is a nice position and an unusual one. The pack they had there was strong, and we knew if they got on top of us, or edge it a little bit, then they would be playing with front-foot ball."
Connacht's response to the breakdown will be crucial if they are to turn over the Heineken Cup holders, says Bradley "In the latter half of the second half (against Munster) we started winning quick ball and that's the key to our game plan. If we manage to do that against Leinster, it will make for an exciting game
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