The Wales international will be a key part of the firepower that Blues will take to Nice to play in the Allianz Riviera on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 4.40pm local time).
And the 23-year-old has spoken of the mood within the camp ahead of the crunch Pool 2 encounter.
"I'm looking forward to it and I can't wait to play down there," he said. "When you play against them there is an expectation that they will get the win, but we got the win at home. It is important that we confidence from that.
"We need to ensure that when opportunities come up we utilise them. Watching the Toulon versus Exeter game, the Chiefs had a lot of chances and they took a couple of them and were still in the game.
"You have to look forward to playing the best team in Europe - you can't be afraid of it.
"We got that result at home, which I am sure was unexpected by a lot of people. I just want to put in a good performance, contribute to the game and help get a win.
"We know we beat them at home and I am sure Toulon will be looking to correct that and get one back on us," he added. "But we have out ourselves in a good position in the group.
"We had a good feeling when we went down to Exeter, as it was the first Heineken Cup game, but unfortunately we didn't really turn up on that day.
"That match was followed by the two Glasgow Warriors games back to back, it's not easy to get a win up there but we did that and we need to keep that form going.
"We are hungry in the Heineken Cup; we have that sniff of the quarter finals. We want to do ourselves proud."