Centre Adam Warren is aiming for a double celebration as Dragons tackle Edinburgh in the Guinness PRO14 this evening (Friday) at BT Murrayfield (kick-off 7.35pm).
Warren, 28, will lead Dragons into battle in the Scottish capital as he brings up a century of appearances for the region.
However, Warren – who moved to Dragons from Scarlets in 2015 – admits it is league points and not personal milestones that matter most as Dean Ryan’s men hunt a second away win of the campaign.
"We got the monkey off our back at Zebre, so we know we are good enough to do it and it's just about getting a lot of things right," said Warren.
"If we make as many errors as we did at Leinster we know that we will be in for a tough day.
“Edinburgh will be physical and are a good side, so it will be tough challenge."
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We got the monkey off our back at Zebre, so we know we are good enough to do it and it's just about getting a lot of things right...