Ospreys Head Coach Sean Holley says he is pleased with the character and resolve displayed by the players in Friday night's win in Glasgow.
Speaking post-match he commented:
"It's a difficult place to come and get a win so credit to the boys. The character they showed was most pleasing, they stuck at it and got their rewards. I think the team showed tremendous resolve from first minute to last.
“We played well, especially in the second half. What was pleasing was that there was no panic at half time after Glasgow scored ten points just before the break. We were clear on what we needed to do and applied ourselves well. Our defence was outstanding again, with just the one try conceded in our last two games it’s good to see the miserly defence that the Ospreys are renowned for returning. I also thought that we were more streetwise than Glasgow, especially when down to 14 men, and when closing the game out at the end.
“We were well led by Ryan Jones, he did a real captain’s job out there, and the attitude he brought to our second half performance was illustrated with 20 unanswered points in that period. Overall, I thought it was a good night’s work, we looked in better shape in attack tonight, scoring two well worked and executed team tries, but we know we aren’t there yet. There are still plenty of things to work on, so we won’t be getting carried away after one win.”