New man in charge of Edinburgh, Alan Solomons, is looking to take the positives that came out of his side's 34-23 defeat at the hands of Munster into their next clash against the Dragons.
Edinburgh leaked points far too easily in the first-half in Cork. It appeared that a massive score was on the cards, but a spirited second-half fight-back impressed the new coach.
"We showed tremendous character after the interval when we scored 17 points and they scored 12," Solomons told The Courier.
He also pointed out what had gone wrong in the first-half, but is confident that his charges can improve moving forward.
"We allowed Munster to pick up too much early momentum, which put us on the back foot and made it hard for us to get width on our defence," explained the coach.