|Guinness Pro12 play-offs: Munster v Ospreys|
|Venue: Thomond Park, Limerick Date: Saturday, 23 May Kick-off: 14:30 BST|
|Coverage: Live on S4C, BBC Radio Wales AM, BBC Radio Cymru and the BBC Sport website|
Coach Steve Tandy believes the whole Ospreys team played its part in helping scrum-half Rhys Webb to his Pro12 Player of the Year award.
Wales' first-choice number nine topped a poll of club captains after scoring 12 tries in the tournament this season.
"It's a great credit to Rhys picking up Player of the Year and it's something he deserves," Tandy said.
"But I think the team have got to take a bit of credit for allowing a lot of platforms in the way we try to play."
Tandy added: "You've got people inside him: Dan Baker, Dan Biggar and Sam Davies, Josh Matavesi around him.
"So I think the team will take a little bit of credit in and around that but his performances have been outstanding.
"He's been consistent. It's been great for him not to have an injury-plagued season. He's had a real good pre-season to start with. He's sharp, he looks after his recovery. He is a professional athlete."
Webb has the opportunity to add to his season's try tally when Ospreys travel to Munster on Saturday for their Pro12 play-off semi-final.
The Welsh region failed to secure a home tie despite winning 24-20 in Connacht on the final day of the regular season.
The lack of a fourth try for a bonus point allowed Munster and Glasgow to leap-frog Ospreys, who must now become the first team to win an away semi-final since the play-offs were introduced.
Centre Matavesi is a doubt for the trip to Thomond Park after picking up an abductor injury, but wing Jeff Hassler could recover from knee trouble.