Edinburgh coach Andy Robinson believes his side have shown progress in the Heineken Cup this season - despite only collecting four points in the campaign to date.
They lost narrowly to Wasps on two successive weekends to effectively end their interest in the competition this season.
Robinson’s side led 8-7 at half time but Dave Walder kicked the London outfit to a 19-11 victory at Adams Park.
Scotland assistant coach Robinson said: “We showed a bit of inexperience by perhaps trying to force the ball a little bit too much, but I’m pleased that we went there with the belief that we could take on Wasps.
“We’ve still got a long way to go and we need to keep on moving forward. Last year we came down to the England we were beaten by almost 40 points.
“Now we are understanding that with the right level of belief we can achieve results, but we’ve got to be able to take our chances. This was a chance missed for an Edinburgh side that is moving forward.”