Woodman says Gloucester will present a massive challenge for a Wasps side shorn of a number of frontline players through injury.
“I was at Gloucester for nine years so it is a Club I have continued to follow. They are looking for that top six finish at the very least and they have blooded a lot of youngsters this season and they have got a lot to play for. They will try and squeeze us up front and we all know about the young talent they have out on the flank. They are a very dangerous team and we have got to make sure we stop their go-forward.”
Woodman says despite the tough position the team finds itself in the league table, training is still very positive.
“We are all aware of the position we are in and we know we have got to keep the points gap as wide as possible. What I will say is that the one thing you take away from training now however is that everyone is still very positive and the players are leading that as much as the coaches.”
Woodman is also enjoying developing his coaching career under the eye of Dai Young.
“I am learning a lot from Dai not just on the rugby side but also how he manages things off the field. We are all under pressure from him and so are the players and he manages that very well."
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