In Part Two of LTTV's exclusive interview with Telusa Veainu and Ellis Genge, ahead of the Gallagher Premiership game against Bristol Bears, the international duo preview the Round 20 fixture, chat about the fantastic support at Welford Road and a potential positional swap for the pair.
Telusa Veainu and Ellis Genge sat down with LTTV at the club's Oval Park training ground ahead of the Premiership showdown with Bristol Bears at Welford Road on Saturday afternoon to preview the "big" game and shared their thoughts on the thrill of playing in front of a vocal, strong Tigers crowd at the historic Leicester rugby venue.
"They are all big games now, aren't they," Genge said, when asked about the game against the side he joined Tigers from.
"I'm excited," he added, before Veainu chimed in.
"Every time I return to play is against Bristol," said the Tonga international.
"A few of the Tonga boys are out there, so I'm looking forward to seeing them as well.
"It's going to be tough, but one the boys are excited for."
The pair opened up to LTTV in Part One of their exclusive double-interview earlier in the week about the impact of what many have deemed unwarranted abuse from 'fans' on social media this season, but also heaped praise on the majority of fans who support the team - especially those in the stands at home games.
"The crowd is class when it's going at Welford Road," Genge said.
"I enjoy seeing the fans, giving them a little clap at the end ... whatever the result is."
In an off-camera chat with LTTV, Genge posed the possibility of a positional move for himself from the front-row to wing and when asked about the conversation, quickly turned the discussion in to one around a move for Veainu to his spot in the front-row after an extended period on the sideline with injury.
"He's wearing the same size shirt now, with all that time has had off the pitch," joked Genge.
Watch the full interview with Veainu and Genge below on LTTV.