With three rounds of Premiership action remaining and Newcastle Falcons the visitors to Kingsholm on Saturday, Gloucester remain in sixth place in the table just two points ahead of Sale.
With Sale coming to Kingsholm in round 21 next weekend, it's important that Gloucester make the most of their two remaining home games and the 22 year old told the club website this week that the vibe is good.
"We're staying really positive within the camp and we know that we can only go out there, take each game as it comes and hopefully get the right results.
"We're working really hard and we're not a million miles away. It's the smallest of margins we've lost by in the past couple of weeks.
"By tweaking little things here and there, we'll give ourselves a chance of being on the right end of the scoreline.
The Falcons are still battling to avoid relegation from the Aviva Premiership. Eight points behind London Wasps with three rounds to play, they will have little to lose on Saturday.
"They'll probably be like men possessed. They're battling against relegation and fighting to stay in the Premiership.
"We all know how important Premiership status and they'll be throwing everything at us come Saturday."