Leinster consultant coach Alan Gaffney has called on his side to go out all guns blazing against Connacht in Saturday's Magners League clash.
Gaffney's side failed to hit the heights of their recent successes in a 15-3 win over Ulster last time out, while Connacht were demolished 35-3 by Munster.
Scotland international Nathan Hines is back in the squad, alongside Ireland trio Shane Horgan, Gordon D'Arcy and Girvan Dempsey.
"It is important that we go out this weekend and play some attacking rugby like we know that we can, because we didn't manage that against Ulster," said Gaffney.
"We know from experience that we'll face tough opposition up in Galway, so irrespective of their defeat to Munster last weekend, we know to expect a backlash from them.
"We know that we have to maintain higher standards and that starts again for us this weekend because we want to keep a high placing in the Magners League.
"I know that the boys have got their heads screwed on for the challenge ahead and we will look to approach the game in a positive manner."