"On the back of a couple of fantastic performances this year with our non-international group if you like, we will looking for more of the same from them."
"They are getting to a stage where they are starting to take a little bit more control of things, let's hope against Ospreys that they can turn up and deliver something similar to last week."
Ospreys are the only non-Irish side to have beaten Munster at Thomond Park in the league since 2006 and outhalf Ian Keatley knows how difficult a task it will be on Saturday night.
"There's been a few encounters with Ospreys over the years - some of them a little bit before my time - but it is always a really tough challenge against Ospreys. It's going to be a good opportunity before the Autumn break to hopefully get a good victory and remain top of the table over this period."
Damien Varley made his debut against Ospreys in 2006 and was a try scorer in this fixture last season which ended 13-13. And the hooker is hopeful a large Munster crowd turn out to roar the side to victory.
"We are trying to get a big crowd out in Thomond Park. It's the last game before we have a little break before the November internationals. While the internationals are gone we would appreciate all the support we can get so hopefully it will be a big crowd at the game."
Four-time champions Ospreys have also lost only once in the RaboDirect PRO12 this season but could be without loose-head prop Duncan Jones who picked up a shoulder injury in last week's comprehensive 40-17 win over Newport Gwent Dragons.
Tickets are on sale for this game online here, from the Munster Rugby Ticket offices in Musgrave Park and Thomond Park or by calling Ticketmaster on 0818 719300.
The mobile ticket office at Hassett's Cross will be open until 7pm today and Friday, and the ticket office will be open from 9am on match-day.
Family packs are available for €40 for 2 Adults and 2 Juniors.
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