Skipper Harri Keddie has targeted the Dragons finishing the season on a high after the drama of a one-point derby defeat to Cardiff Rugby.
Keddie led from the front in what he admitted was a physical encounter that ebbed and flowed as both sides looked to take charge.
Despite tries from Ollie Griffiths and Jack Dixon, it was the visitors that took the derby spoils.
And reflecting on the loss, Keddie insisted it would be all eyes on the Emirates Lions next Saturday (May 21) and finishing strongly.
“We’ve spoken in the dressing room about being more accurate and tidier when getting out of our own half and taking the positives into next week,” he said. “
Parts of the game we were very good, particularly that 20 minutes when we were a man down when I thought we dealt with it well.
“It was a pretty abrasive game,” he added. “Both teams were at it all the way through, but they probably had a couple more chances to win it at the start of the second half. Credit Cardiff for taking them.
“It was a physical game, both teams were definitely fully committed to it, and it was a proper derby.
“The hardest thing is keeping everyone’s emotions at the right level, everyone is right up for it, and making sure you don’t give anything away.
“We’ve now got to build on that performance and give it everything last week to finish strongly.”
The hardest thing is keeping everyone’s emotions at the right level, everyone is right up for it, and making sure you don’t give anything away...