The defeat for Ospreys was an untimely blow for the Ospreys ahead of their opening Heineken Cup clsh with three-time champions Leinster this weekend, but new forwards coach Chris Gibbes has vowed to use the disappointment as motivation ahead of their second meetign with the Dublin-based side this season..
Gibbes said: "This hasn't jolted our confidence for Europe but we're disappointed because we know we are a good team but we didn't show that in the second half against Ulster.
"It was a pretty quiet changing room after the game but we have to use this game, learn from the negatives and turn them into positives. The biggest positive for us is that we have a game of the size and importance as against Leinster in the Heineken Cup.
"We have to turn things around this week but we have top quality players here who do the basics very well. When we stick to our game plan, we know we can beat teams."
Biggar offered one reason for optimism with four kicks from four, but Ospreys coach Steve Tandy will have been disappointed that his side failed to breach the stiff Ulser defensive line. Tandy is waiting on news on the fitness of Ryan Jones, who pulled up during the week with a calf injury, ahead of Saturday night's show-down at the Liberty Stadium..