Mike Ruddock has called on his Worcester Warriors to send out a statement of intent and repay the travelling army of fans when they face Bourgoin in the European Challenge Cup on Friday night.
Warriors travel to France looking to take complete control of Pool 3 with an away day victory.
Director of Rugby Ruddock is also keen for a response after defeat at Saracens in the Guinness Premiership last time out with a vocal army of fans set to back the Warriors.
He said: "I have told the players I want our own backlash after suffering at the hands of Saracens last week.
"We had a couple of good wins but then dropped our standards last week. I am now expecting a statement of intent and a backlash from the Warriors.
"We will have some great support over there and a few hundred people are going. We are keen to see that sort of support and we want to give them plenty to cheer."
Ruddock admits the Bourgoin team his side will face will be a stiff physical test and will be fored up after recent home success.
"It is a big game for us and even bigger for Bourgoin. It will be tough out in France in the way it was last year when we went to Montauban. But that galvanised the squad and pulled us very tightly together and get the best out of us. We got a great win over there and it set us up for some good results.
"They have good form but you just don't know sometimes. We expect it to be tough and physical.
We didn't expect them to beat Castres last week away from home, normally in the French league you win at home and lose away.
"Bourgoin have a great pedigree and have got to final twice in the past. They will be tough and physical, from what I have seen of them. They have a big scrum, big lineout and like their driving lineout with some useful backs. It is a cauldron out there and it will be difficult."
Warriors will take a one-point advantage back to Sixways after a Niall Annett try on the stroke of full-time handed Dean Ryan's men victory in the first leg of the Greene King IPA Championship play-off final.