You are a senior player and have been around the squad for a while now what is your take on where the Ospreys are and where they are now heading under new Head Coach, Toby Booth?
One thing I do know about this squad of players is that when our backs are against the wall, we come out swinging and we are good like that. We know if we are not on it, we are going to have a difficult time of things. The physical side of things hasn’t really let us down this season; it’s just performances and finding that consistency. The Ospreys were the best, when I was starting out at the Blues, I know we have dropped off now, but no stone is being unturned at this region and we want to get back to that level. The youngsters here now are going to be the next Wales stars, aren’t they? Sometimes teams go through some pain to get where you want to be. Toby Booth keeps telling us to stop dragging the past with us and to drop the anchor of the past. We now pride ourselves on our work ethic and being a tough team to crack.