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Leinster coach Leo Cullen has praised his team following their 31-19 win over Ospreys in the Pro12, but feels there is plenty more to come from his charges.
The Irish province move up to third in the table following their Friday night victory with Johnny Sexton weighing in with 16 points.
Speaking to RTE Sport, Cullen said: "There's lots that we can work on to be better. We've still some injured guys to come back over the next couple of weeks so it'll be nice when we get a full deck back available again.
"I was pleased with the intensity the lads brought. I thought they took their opportunities well in the first half.
"There was the bulk of the Welsh team out there. We're pleased because we know just how dangerous a team the Ospreys are."
Having led 24-0 at the break, Leinster eased off in the second period, and Cullen highlighted early season form as the reason behind the lack of an 80-minute performance.
"Ospreys are a quality team so we knew they'd come back," Cullen said. "I thought they turned us well in the second half, played quite smart and we probably, lost a little bit of shape.
"But it's early season form, with guys coming back into the mix you're always going to get a little bit of that."
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