Despite a raft of absentees ahead of Munster's visit on Friday night, Ulster Director of Rugby Les Kiss has declared his side are focusing only on the players they do have available.
Four injuries shipped during last weekend's win over Exeter in the Champions Cup coupled with the proximity of Ireland's first Test match of the season - Joe Schmidt's men face the All Blacks in Chicago on November 5 - have left the Australian short of options in some key areas.
"Suddenly you think you're alright and then a couple more go down," said Kiss of the injuries.
"That's the nature of the situation. We can't concern ourselves with what we don't have.
"We have to get on with it and back what we do have. The most important thing is the players we have, the mission ahead of us, which is Munster. It's a massive game for us."