The emphasis prior to their opening continental clash was all on what they could bring to the table and Sidoli says it will be exactly the same this Saturday despite the difference in the standard of the opposition.
"The focus was entirely on us and I was very pleased with how we started, especially in the first half," said Sidoli after the seven-try success at Rodney Parade.
"We had a good training week and brought a lot of new faces into the team. It was important that the boys settled, didn't get too carried away and stayed within the framework that we're trying to build.
"A lot of the boys played really well, especially in the first half when we took what opportunities we had.
"A lot of things were about us and the only criticism would have been our discipline in going off our feet and not rolling away. The referee did tell me and we did talk to the boys so we just need to be a bit sharper in how we react to that.
"We made the error of taking a sin bin early in the second half and we had to knuckle down a bit. Discipline and interpretation of the ref had a big factor on some parts of the game and then Mogliano played really well in the first 20 minutes of the second half, but that was good for what we need.
"We weren't quite as clinical as we were in the first half so, even though we did score well, three or four opportunities went amiss and that's disappointing.
"The focus will be on us again against Bath. We need to get our mindset in the right place and take our game to them."
Bath have already been beaten by the Dragons this year, with Lyn Jones' troops triumphing 22-20 in a pre-season friendly in Newport at the back end of August.
Sidoli admits that result helped build confidence within the squad and he's more than hopeful that a repeat result will follow in the West Country.
"Having played them in pre-season, the 'W' was good for us. As long as we work hard for each other, which is what we're all about, I'm more than confident we'll take the challenge to Bath.
"Everybody's hungry: the boys want to be in this team and they want to have that jersey on. To have that hunger and the framework that we're developing means that, for me, it's a confident place at the minute."
It's certainly been a promising start to the season for Sidoli and co, with the Dragons winning all three home games in the PRO12 - in addition to that early victory over Bath and last week's European win against Mogliano - to sit sixth in their domestic standings.
They are yet to win on the road having been pipped by a last-gasp penalty at Edinburgh before being well beaten at Munster but Sidoli sees no reason why they can't be challenging for quarter-final qualification in the Amlin Challenge Cup.
"That sounds more than possible. With the exception of a few new signings this season, we've got a squad of boys who have been together and there's a lot of talent in those boys. There's a framework and attitude developing behind the scenes to bring the best out in those guys. The results that have gone well for us will help us turn a slightly negative perception of us into a good perception.
"There's a framework and a habit developing here and our challenge is to take that on the road. We need to be accurate in ourselves and take that game away with us. We've had a couple of opportunities away and we haven't quite produced.
"If you're going to do well in the Amlin Challenge Cup, you need a squad to do it. The Mogliano game proved, with the boys coming in, that we've developing a good squad, with healthy competition. I'm confident that, because of that, we can make something happen."