Captain Colin Ingram was in an upbeat mood despite his side's loss to Sussex Sharks in the Vitality Blast.
Glamorgan seemingly put a competetive total on the board but Sussex, led by Luke Wright, comfortably reached the target with an over to spare.
The Welsh county have now played two matches in the competition, convincingly winning their first match against Hampshire before yesterday's defeat, but Ingram is reluctant to read too much into the results at such an early stage in their campaign.
"At the half-way point I felt we were in a good position on a used wicket, and that sort of score was probably enough, but two players played nicely and we bowled with a little extra width to two players in good form.
"It's great to spend some time in the middle on a ground where I've enjoyed batting, and it helps if you can hit a few cleanly.
"I don't want to read anything into things too early in the competition, the win down at Hampshire bred a lot of confidence in the group which even though we've lose will still be amongst us, we know what we can do when we get it right".