That opening share of the spoils in France is the only time they have avoided defeat all term, though, with Friday night's loss to Bath their seventh straight reverse in the Aviva Premiership this season.
Worcester haven't won in 12 league games in total, with their last victory coming against Wasps back in March, but Ryan saw plenty of positives on Friday night and he's tipping his side to turnaround their fortunes.
"That's as on script and as good as I've seen us. We've just got to get better at some of the small content around things likes discipline," said Ryan after the 21-6 defeat to Bath at Sixways.
"We're getting close to doing the things we want to do. Things are moving forward.
"There will be sides that aren't in the shape that Bath are and, if we can retain those levels, we're going to cause some problems."
Worcester are in danger of being cut adrift at the bottom of the Premiership table, with a trip to Sale and a home tie with high-flying Northampton coming after the break for LV= Cup action later this month.
Defeat to Biarritz in the first of their back-to-back games on December 5 would all but end their European hopes for another season but Ryan is confident his squad will be smiling again prior to that mouth-watering fixture with the former Amlin Challenge Cup winners.
"I know what's being said about us. We can do lots of 'ifs' but we just need to get on with the things we can control," added Ryan.
"We've got to take the positives. I thought our scrum was outstanding. I thought we were pretty unlucky not to get some reward for that.
"We got a consistent group for a week last week for the first time in the season. Hopefully we can see those sort of standards week in, week out."