We go into the three-week Autumn International Test Series break after tomorrow's visit from the Dragons and we are determined to do so on the back of a win.
We are now five games unbeaten in the PRO12 and victory over the Welsh side would help extend that to six and hopefully safeguard our current position in third place.
Given the start we made to the PRO12 with two defeats in our opening games at Ulster and then at home against Scarlets, to go into the break on that run would be fantastic.
It would also mean that we have put behind us the disappointment of our two defeats in the Heineken Cup in a very positive fashion.
That said, there is no point in going to a venue like the Stadio di Monigo, defeating Treviso and then not backing it up with a victory at Scotstoun.
Our preparations for tomorrow night's 7.30pm kick-off have been tested by the absence of our 13-man Scotland contingent.
In order to work round that, we have made sure that the boys who have been at the Scotland training base in St Andrews have had video link and email updates sent to them last night prior to their return to Scotstoun this morning.
As our actual preparation time together as a full squad has been limited to just two days ahead of the Dragons game, it is vital the players who have been away will be ready and up to date with our game plan at training today.
The one big plus of training this week has been the opportunity to work with some of our young elite development players and they have really put their hands up.
Several of the younger squad players like Taylor Paris and of course Scott Wight – who was outstanding in Italy – are now pushing really hard for starting places.
In particular I'd mention Taylor, who has joined us in the summer and is yet to make his full debut for Glasgow.
He was on the bench at the Stadio di Monigo and did not get on but game time will certainly be coming his way.
Unfortunately, the game has come just too soon for hooker Pat MacArthur, although by the time we are ready to host Leinster on November 23, I would be very hopeful he and two or three more of our long-term casualties will be back in the frame.
Over the years Glasgow have had some real battles with the Dragons both in domestic action and in the European arena and I expect another full-on physical encounter tomorrow.
They may have only two wins under their belts in the PRO12 but I watched their game with Ulster last weekend and they were very competitive against the league leaders and were largely undone by interception tries.
They have also enjoyed a significant advantage over us in their preparations in that they have had only one player away on international duty.
But I made it an absolute priority of my first season at Glasgow that we would do absolutely everything we could to make Scotstoun one of the most feared grounds to go to in the PRO12; beating the Dragons would be another significant step in that regard.
As always the Glasgow support, who were magnificent in our last home game in the Heineken Cup against Ulster, will have a huge part to play.
Together, I have no doubt we can get the job done.