"We had to get some of our confidence back after last week's shocking defeat against Brive. The Heineken Cup was a perfect opportunity to try to do that - a new competition, strong opposition and I felt the boys very much involved, and we're very," said Darricarrère.
"We're very satisfied with the result. More than anything else, we got the win through the spirit and determination we put into the game against a high quality side.
"The boys put their guts into that game. We would have loved for it to have been an even better performance and to get more possession. There are a lot of aspects we're not happy with, but even that says a lot about how much the boys worked to get the win.
"The teams showed a lot of focus and application in some areas - in the tackles and in our kicking game. I congratulated the boys in the changing rooms, told them to enjoy the win, but warned them we'll have to think about next week's game, which should be a whole other story, pretty soon.
"Although we're satisfied with the result, we'll have to do a lot more against Leinster, get more possession and play more accurately."
Leinster won away from home at the Liberty Stadium, beating the Ospreys 19-9, to set up a fascinating Round Two clash at the RDS on Saturday.