"We are not going to take Mogliano lightly and it's a game that the coaches will be looking at closely," said 19-year-old Amos.
"They will be interested in our attitude and how we handle a slightly different challenge to the last couple of weeks against a side that we don't know too much about.
"This week is a trial for Bath and we all want to be involved in that. While we are not looking too far ahead, The Rec is a great place to play and it's a big game against the favourites for the group.
"We need a good performance to lead into Bath and we have not prepared any differently ahead of Mogliano - training has been the same as ever. We won't go into the game thinking about bonus points, we just want to make a good start and build from there."
Those sentiments were echoed by Dragons skipper Andrew Coombs who, although he misses out on a spot in the matchday 23, is keen for his team to head to Bath in high spirits next week.
"It's definitely a chance to build some momentum. We played them twice last season and had two convincing wins against them. I'm sure they would have improved in a season but it's a nice fixture to have first up," said Coombs.
"We've got to play well to beat them but hopefully we can be going down to Bath with a win under our belts and confident of taking them on."
Italian international fly-half Kris Burton makes his European debut for the Dragons since his summer move from Treviso, while British & Irish Lion Toby Faletau also starts.