The 23-year-old is relishing upcoming mouthwatering clashes in the competition - including match-ups against Harlequins and Welsh opponents Ospreys.
And he is mindful that Bath will be out for revenge following their 19-13 defeat to Sale in Round 3 of the Premiership.
"I think they're all pretty big games irrespective of who we're playing," said Ford. "Bath will be tough as they're third in the Premiership and the away games at Quins and Ospreys are going to be a challenge as well.
"I think they're still getting over the defeat to us to be honest, I think it was the last time they lost and they'll be looking to put that right. We'll have to try and steady the ship early on and then build into our game.
"We are pretty confident but they're building a bit of momentum. We'll have to start well, build a score, stick to our patterns and hopefully we can get another good result.
"It's been a real positive week after the defeat to Exeter - we went through what we did well and what we did wrong.
"But there were a lot of good things particularly in the second half so there's been a lot of positives to take into the weekend. We want to get back in the winning circle."
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