Phil Godman is determined to keep Edinburgh's Heineken Cup hopes alive in their "must-win" clash against Ulster on Saturday.
Rob Moffat’s team endured a disappointing start to their Pool Four campaign in Paris as Stade Francais ran in four first-half tries during a 31-7 victory.
Only a late try from Ben Cairns prevented the Scots from a whitewash but Godman is adamant that they can kick-start their European dream at Murrayfield against Ulster, who beat Bath in their opener.
“We can still progress through the group stages, but there is a lot of work left to do in order to achieve that,” the stand-off said.
“Fair enough, it wasn’t a good result or performance in Paris, but it is certainly not the end of our Heineken Cup campaign.
“Hopefully our supporters will turn out and show their support. Ulster have got a good travelling support and the match will have a special atmosphere.
“Fixtures between the two teams are always cracking games and Ulster are going well this season.
“We had a great victory over there last month and we all realise that this weekend’s match is a must-win in order to achieve something in the Heineken Cup.”