Dragons return to home soil in the Guinness PRO14 for the first time since the start of October when they face Scottish side Edinburgh Rugby on Sunday afternoon (kick-off 5.30pm).
Jarvis knows the importance of getting a win on the board – after defeats in Connacht last time out – and believes the culture and togetherness being built at the region deserves reward.
“We need to get a win then it’s into Leinster, then it’s the European Challenge Cup against Northampton and Clermont - who are probably Champions Cup standard,” said Jarvis.
“It’s a busy period and one that we are looking forward to because confidence is still high and we are still playing some good rugby.
“Against Connacht we started well, but then switched off for 10 minutes. We can’t keep chasing games but we are going in the right direction.
“We just need a win to change everything and hopefully the Russia game helped us towards that,” added Jarvis.
“We are building a good culture here and working hard for each other. Results might not have reflected that, but we will definitely get there.”