Dragons coach Bernard Jackman insists Ulster are on track to being a really good team.
The former Irish international was in Belfast on Friday night watching Ulster slay his Dragons 36-18 in a Guinness PRO14 fixture.
Tries from Henry Speight, Dave Shanahan, Michael Lowry and two from Stuart McCloskey saw coach Dan McFarlands side home after leading 24-13 at half-time.
Johnny McPhillips kicked 11 points, from four conversions and a penalty, as a strong Ulster side won their first PRO14 game since beating the Kings in mid-September.
Dragons, who had not won in Belfast for a decade, scored tries from Huw Taylor and Jarryd Sage, with Jason Tovey kicking two conversions and a penalty.