But they will have to play the remainder of the tournament without France international back rower Grégory Lamboley after the 31-year-old suffered a serious knee injury in domestic action at the weekend.
Lamboley was injured in the opening half hour of his side's Top 14 win over Oyonnax, with initial prognosis suggesting he may only be set for a three-week lay off. But scans have since shown that the injury is far worse than was at first thought and he will now be sidelined for up to six months.
And while he may not be the first name that springs to mind when people think of the star-studded line up at Toulouse, Lamboley is one of the most experienced, having played in 11 European campaigns for Guy Noves and co.
He currently has 68 European caps to his name and was a Heineken Cup winner against Perpignan at Lansdowne Road in 2003. The majority of those appearances have been from the replacements bench but his value to the squad shows no sign of diminishing given that he has featured in both Heineken Cup pool games so far this season and was a try scorer in the opening bonus-point win over Zebre.
Next up for Toulouse is the December double header with Connacht, before a home tie with Sarries and a Round 6 trip to Parma but Lamboley's attentions have already turned to the 2014/15 campaign.
"Bad news: season over. Due back next season. I'll come back stronger," was how Lamboley announced the setback on his Twitter account.