Five points is all that Ulster could have asked for in their opening Heineken Cup clash against Castres last week.
Ulster now travel to Glasgow knowing a win will put them in a strong position in Pool Four before they engage in the back to back games with Northampton.
And Irish prop Tom Court knows that both he and the team must lift their performance.
“We were happy to get the bonus point try and take five points out of it. From our standards and from the way we have been playing this season it is not good enough and we definitely want to play better than that,” said Court.
“The lapse in concentration and consistency in the second half is something we definitely have to work on. We are creating a lot of opportunities and there are boys putting their hands up but it is a matter of consistency now and we can’t afford a lapse in the second half.
“I think part of the problem last week was the boys were cruising in the first half and at the start of the second half probably became a bit too comfortable. Castres upped the intensity and the speed of the game by bringing a few guys off the bench and we struggled to up it and match them.
“Glasgow showed last week they can throw it down to anybody, I think if we give them a 15 point start they won’t make the same mistake so it’s a big challenge for us.
“I think there are even times when you do alright you could still find yourself being left out because there is so much quality coming through.
“I know myself, I’m under a lot of pressure because Callum (Black) and Paddy (McAllister) were coming through then Paddy was unfortunately injured.
“I was personally disappointed last week with the penalties and the sin binning, it was probably more a lack of concentration than anything malicious and when things like that happen it is very disappointing.
“I think across the squad everyone is under pressure and there aren’t too many boys that can sit there and play rubbish week to week and still get picked.