Ulster have drafted in the help of Ireland defence coach Les Kiss as they bid to topple Stade Francais and qualify for the knockout stages of the Heineken Cup.
Kiss played a pivotal role as Ireland won the Grand Slam for the first time in 61 years 12 months ago and was at Jordanstown on Monday to put Ulster's forwards through their paces.
The Irish province currently sit four points behind Stade Francais in Pool Four and will need to overcome Edinburgh on Friday and Bath a week later if they are to do so.
And Kiss - a former Australia A and Australia Under-21 assistant coach - admitted he liked what he saw at the Sports Institute Northern Ireland.
"We worked on some basics really, in terms of what Edinburgh are going to throw at us," said Kiss.
"Edinburgh like to play with a bit of width in their game and they have some tricky players at half-back."