We came back strongly and gained successive victories against Ospreys and Connacht.
Given the amount of changes we have undergone at Glasgow, the bedding-in process was one that could not have been achieved quickly.
For me as a coach, an uplifting aspect about the last two games has been the way the team has put into practice the messages and methods we have been putting across.
More so against Connacht last week, when a mistake was made or a score conceded, the response was great.
We now go into the game against newly formed Zebre tomorrow with a momentum and determination to claim successive victories on home soil for the first time.
There will be no complacency about our approach to this game because the Italians have not had the start they would have liked in the PRO12.
The fact they have lost their opening three league games means they will be focused on beating us.
They will come to Scotstoun determined to bludgeon us up front.
Yet, while we must be resolute in the set- piece, I hope our high tempo attacking game can develop further in terms of fluency and penetration to help us to our third successive win of the campaign.
There is a fair level of change in my selection for tomorrow night's game, and not least the involvement of several of our new signings.
I am excited about the contributions we can expect from Messers Strauss, Matawalu and Fainga'anuku.
But I'd like to mention another recent arrival for words of praise.
Tim Swinson formed a potent partnership with Al Kellock last week in the second row, underlining what a big player he will be for us this season.
Also, DTH van der Merwe's second successive brace of tries underlined how lucky we are to have one of the deadliest try scorers in the PRO12 in our ranks.
Scott Wight started at 10 last week and had a decent game, showing an ability to learn from mistakes as the game unfolded.
I said at the start of the season that 10 was a position with three players battling for supremacy. That has not changed. Scott, Ruaridh Jackson and Duncan Weir, know if their standards drop, their place will come under pressure.
That underlines the depth of competition we have in the squad.
However, back to tomorrow night.
This is a great chance for us to force ourselves into the top quarter of the table.
We believe we are starting to play the type of rugby the Glasgow support wants and is excited about, as some of our tries against Connacht demonstrated.
If we maintain our progress, it will be case of more of the same tomorrow night.