Incoming Wallabies coach Dave Rennie continues to concentrate on his membership duties with Glasgow Warriors after being introduced in his new position with the Australian nationwide workforce this week.
The New Zealander is to take the reins as Michael Cheika’s alternative on the finish of the present season however yesterday was solely looking forward to Glasgow’s European Champions Cup marketing campaign and a troublesome fixture at English facet Exeter.
“Final weekend we went effectively, particularly up entrance, and I am on the lookout for the boys to place in one other shift this weekend,” Rennie mentioned.
“Exeter have set-piece and talent set. They are going to ask questions of us up entrance and we have to be robust once more there.”
Rennie, whose workforce additionally compete within the home Professional14 League, instructed the membership’s web site this week: “All my focus is on the remainder of the season in Glasgow as we attempt to be within the combine come play-off time in each comps once more.”
The 55-year-old, who had additionally been linked with the vacant New Zealand publish, has penned a three-and-a-half 12 months take care of Rugby Australia by means of until the tip of the 2023 World Cup.
He would be the second non-Australian coach, following countryman Robbie Deans who led the facet from 2008 to 2013.