"They have an unbelievable squad and I feel really honoured at this stage of my career to be a part of it," he said. "It will be a huge lesson for myself and it will be great for me to see how Leicester do it. I am really excited by the challenge but you've got to thrive on these challenges and I'm looking forward to it."
Davies was among the replacements in Saturday's Guinness Premiership final at Twickenham between current club Gloucester and future employers Leicester. Despite the huge margin of defeat, Davies is sure Gloucester will learn some important lessons for the game.
"Leicester had a good start and they know how to win big games," he said. "This will be a fantastic learning curve for the likes of Ryan Lamb and Anthony Allen and they will take a lot of experience from losing this final."