Ahead of Glasgow's top-of-the-table clash with Ulster on Saturday, Matt Fagerson spoke to BBC Sport Scotland:
On Glasgow's form: "It's been great, four wins from five, we're not resting on our laurels and there's still plenty to work on. I feel like we've not fired too many shots in attack so it's definitely something we're looking to rectify his weekend and moving forward."
On Ulster: "They are a very physical team, they're in pretty good form at the moment. They've got some new players in and we always know it's a tough contest when we play them. Looking forward to the challenge. I saw Steven Kitshoff arrived this week, but I don't know if he's available."
On the World Cup: "It was awesome. I probably would have liked to have played a little bit more, but I'm feeling good. I feel like I'm in good shape. Had a couple of weeks off when we came back to refresh the mind with my fiance. That's been nice, but I love being back with the boys. We're off to a good start."
On Franco Smith's impact: "We spoke about the Bath game last year. It was quite a young, inexperienced team down there and that was a turning point in our season. All the stuff we'd worked on, all the stuff we bought into when Franco came in, came to the fore. When everyone is on the same page with what he wants then we click pretty well."