And the versatile 25-year-old, who will join French side Perpignan in the summer, is the first to admit that the Ospreys will need to up their game in every department against Munster.
He said: "The Ospreys are my home region and I really want to win the league before moving on.
"We've got to go to Munster with a lot of belief and show them what we are as a team.
"We went to Leinster and won it last year as underdogs so we've got to believe in ourselves. We're a tight knit bunch of boys, and hopefully we can get things together.
"There's not much more we can do as far as learning moves and stuff, if we don't know them by now we never will. It's about picking ourselves up and giving a good account of ourselves next week, which I'm sure the boys will."