Northampton Saints full-back Ben Foden has backed his side to produce a big performance against Ulster this weekend in the Heineken Cup.
Last week's result saw Ulster run four tries past Northampton at Franklins Gardens in a comprehensive victory, with the Saints receiving plenty of criticism for their poor performance.
With Ulster now at home for the rematch and still unbeaten so far this season, Foden believes that despite his side being written off, Northampton can travel to Belfast and cause an upset.
"I think that it [the defeat] stung so much because we were at home and conceded four tries," said Foden to ERC Rugby.
"The performance let us down, as individuals and as a team. There is no finger pointing, we sat down and took the blame as a team, and we know we have to make things better.
"It is a big ask to go to Ravenhill and beat an undefeated side but for us it is about pride, of getting back on track.
"A lot of people will write us off - which is probably a good thing - but we are probably at our most dangerous when teams take us for granted and we will be looking to put in a big performance at Ravenhill.
"We did not play as well as Ulster as a team and obviously we will bridge that gap if we perform to our potential."