However, despite the determination to turn Irish's fortunes around, Coventry has warned that the squad must be "careful" not to get ahead of themselves.
"I would have liked to have got a couple of bonus points from some of our losses and obviously I want to win but you have to be realistic about where we are," Coventry told reporters.
"I haven't come over here to sit around and lose, we've just got to be careful that we don't get ahead of ourselves, we're a team that has been underachievers and we're desperate to prove ourselves in the competition.
"There's plenty of things to work on, if I worry about the result every week it'll be a tough place to work every day."
Irish are only of only three teams in the Aviva Premiership yet to secure a bonus point in their first four games.