"Our first season in the Heineken Cup was always going to be a learning experience and it has been awesome," said the former Wales forward.
"There is no doubt that we have already taken the lessons learnt in the tournament on board - the mistakes we made against Toulouse were not there against Edinburgh - and we are relatively happy with the way we are playing.
"It is still mathematically possible for us to qualify for the quarter-finals and, as long as that chance exists - however slim it may be - then we will keep going.
"We have got back-to-back home games coming up, against Edinburgh Rugby and Toulouse, and I feel we did reasonably well in both the away games against those sides and we are looking forward to welcoming them to Yorkshire.
"We have got our work cut out to qualify for the next Heineken Cup but it has been fantastic to be part of this tournament and we want more of it.
"What we must do on Sunday is capitalise on our territory and possession. We had some good field positions against Edinburgh but did not manage them as well as we would have liked.
"We need to play a slightly different style in the return match - that wont be a problem - and I think there are a few areas in their game we can exploit if we are a bit smarter tactically."