Toulouse head coach Guy Novès has turned his attention solely back to the Top 14 after his side crashed out of the Heineken Cup over the weekend.
Smarting from their shock exit, Toulouse return to domestic action looking for a third straight title rather than pursue the Amlin Challenge Cup.
Toulouse, four-time European Cup winners were knocked out by Leicester, just the fourth time in 18 editions they have failed to make the knockouts.
Novès admitted that a third straight Top 14 title was such an overriding priority that playing in the Challenge Cup had not figured in his plans.
"I didn't even know we were in it," said Novès. "We have to think of the championship, nothing more than that."
Toulouse go into Friday's game at home to Biarritz with a season record of eleven wins and four losses to be seven points behind leaders Toulon. Toulon, who comfortably reached the quarter-finals, tackle rock-bottom Mont de Marsan.