The Exiles currently sit at the bottom of the Aviva Premiership table with three defeats from their first three matches of the campaign.
Despite shipping 151 points already, Reynolds believes that Welsh have the players in their squad to turn things around.
"We've conceded a lot of points so of course defence is our focus but I think we've shown that our attack can be quite dangerous, especially against Bath," he is quoted as saying by Premiershiprugby.com.
"If we can sort out our defensive game then that will give us more opportunities to attack and score points."
Reynolds and his teammates are back in action on Friday when they host Gloucester Rugby in the league.