Warriors head to Italy on Saturday to take on Treviso keen to make it five victories on the bounce in the PRO12 and maintain their top-three status.
Seymour, who was sidelined for Friday night's 19-18 defeat by Ulster after falling foul of the citing officer for a high tackle in the previous Heineken Cup loss at Northampton, is available once again for the trip to the Stadio Comunale di Monigo.
And the flying winger is determined to play his part in helping Glasgow repeat last term's hard-fought success on Italian soil which helped pave the way to the play-offs.
Seymour said: "We can't do anything about the two defeats at the hands of Northampton and Ulster other than learn lessons from them.
"What's vital is that we bounce back in Italy with a performance and result that will help us reclaim the momentum we have lost over the last two games.
"There were positives to take from the Northampton game in particular and the Ulster match. For a start, at Franklin's Gardens we proved against the Saints that when we are playing our best rugby we can get on top of any side.
"Obviously we were unable to maintain that level after the first 35 minutes, but a big part of that was the level of injury we sustained in the back line which caused several of the boys to play out of position."
HE ADDED: "Against Ulster it was much the same. We were very competitive throughout the first half and then again injury had us lose another two guys in the backs and we struggled a bit with the disruption.
"All our focus has got to be in going and getting the win we need. I played in the fixture with them over there last season and it was a really tough, physical encounter and it will be the same again on Saturday.
"On top of that they beat us at Firhill in the first game with them last time around so we must be totally focused."
As he looked back on the first third of the Heineken Cup pool campaign, Seymour remained upbeat that Glasgow can still climb off the floor to avoid their traditional early knock-out in Europe.
The winger said: "The target for us in the Heineken Cup is simple and that is we have to win our remaining four games.
"Castres' victory over Northampton has kept the door ajar for us, and if we can beat them at Scotstoun in our next game, we can come back into it."