Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend gambled on making 13 changes for the 22-19 victory over Zebre last time out.
That took Glasgow to within three points of RaboDirect PRO12 leaders Ulster.
Now Warriors will head to the Arms Park looking to make it four wins on the bounce, which would give them a confidence boost going into their Heineken Cup campaign.
Wright reckons Toony has unearthed the next generation of possible Scotland stars with his bold selection.
He said: "I think the great thing for Gregor is that he has been bold with his selection, and as a result we have seen that boys like Sean Kennedy, the Stirling County scrum-half and Fraser Thomson of Melrose, can more than cut it in the professional game.
"In fact, if you look at all of the young guys Glasgow have brought in recently, like Rob Harley and Chris Fusaro, none of the young Scots have let them down.
"That has been a huge bonus from the Zebre game.
"Of course the other big plus is that is three wins on the bounce and Glasgow will go to Cardiff, who took a hammering from Ulster, last time out, with confidence high.
"So Gregor has been rewarded for his boldness and things look good for Glasgow."