Exeter take their seven-game winning streak to Kingsholm this Saturday with flank James Scaysbrook keen to build momentum for the festive period.
After back-to-back Heineken Cup winsover the Scarlets in the past fortnight, the Chiefs return to Aviva Premiership action against Gloucester this week, before then facing Bath and Northampton.
It signals the beginning of a crucial period in the season for the sixth-placed Chiefs, but one which 30-year-old back-row Scaysbrook says the club are relishing after they showed their worth once more in European rugby's top competition.
"Momentum is important," said Scaysbrook, who scored Exeter's final try in last Saturday's 30-20 win over the Welsh region.
"We have had two big victories over the last two weeks and it has really lifted the squad. The Scarlets are a top-quality team with a lot of experienced internationals and we couldn't ask for much more moving forward.
"Our focus over the last two weeks has just been to put in two really good performances and maintain our momentum. We hoped those good performances would lead to results and whatever comes after that we'll take.
"We knew it was going to be a tough old game and it certainly was. I'm really pleased we managed to come away with the win again."
He added: "It is important to keep the momentum going through the different competitions. We have some tough games over Christmas and the next few weeks so we will do all we can to maintain that form.
"Now we're involved in the Heineken Cup the squad becomes more and more important and you have to use everyone. We have got a good strong squad now and it is building up all the time. It is going to be vital come the end of the year.
"We have had some tough battles with Gloucester over the years and I think this weekend will be no different."