Munster completed back-to-back victories in the URC for the first time this season when they beat Edinburgh last Friday.
The Munster squad started their training week on Tuesday ahead of Sunday’s Champions Cup opener against Toulouse at Thomond Park.
On the injury front, Conor Murray returns to training this week after recovering from the groin injury he sustained on his 100th Ireland cap against South Africa last month.
Mike Haley is expected to complete his return to play protocols this week with a view to returning to full team training.
Simon Zebo sustained a low-grade knee injury against Edinburgh and will begin rehabilitation with the medical department. He will be unavailable for the coming weeks.
11 Munster players were in AIL action for their clubs at the weekend.
In Division 1A, Dan Goggin, Conor Phillips, Eoin O’Connor and Fionn Gibbons featured for Young Munster as they beat Shannon at Thomond Park with Phillips among the tries.
Ethan Coughlan, Kieran Ryan and Darragh McSweeney lined out for Shannon.
Cian Hurley and Jack Oliver lined out for Garryowen as they were defeated by Ballynahinch at Dooradoyle.
In Division 1B, James French helped Highfield defeat UCC at Woodleigh Park.
In Division 2A, Ruadhan Quinn was a try-scorer for Old Crescent as they defeated Ballymena.
Evan O’Connell featured for UL Bohemian as they were beaten by Navan.
Continuing to rehab: Stephen Archer (ankle), Tom Ahern (shoulder), RG Snyman (knee), Fineen Wycherley (shoulder), Paddy Kelly (head), Jack Daly (knee), Jack O’Sullivan (knee), Andrew Conway (knee), Keynan Knox (knee).