Edinburgh wing Tim Visser is positive his team will still improve despite his impending move to Premiership outfit Harlequins.
Visser was part of Edinburgh's side who suffered a 19-13 defeat against Gloucester in the Challenge Cup Final on Friday.
But despite that result, the Scotland speedster is confident Edinburgh can go from strength to strength.
"I think we gave Gloucester too much easy ball," Visser told the Daily Record.
"We had few mistakes where we turned over possession and it got them playing a bit of rugby.
"Our kicking game wasn't accurate enough. We couldn't get any of our box kicks right, which we knew would be vital as their wingers are fast.
"We said we wanted to be tight in that area but as wingers we couldn't get anywhere near the ball.
"That was disappointing and it meant they were playing more of the rugby. But I think the club can build on this experience.
"I am leaving an Edinburgh side in good shape. They are recruiting well in certain positions and that's important because some players are leaving."