In less than 24 hours the GB women face their opening test of EuroBasket against Serbia before competing against Latvia and the hosts, France. With unfinished business between GB and France from last year's Olympic Games where GB lost out by three points in overtime, Jennings is excited about the prospect of meeting the French again: "It was heart-breaking to lose the way we did against them in the Olympics, but we don't fear and we're confident against them. They can beat any team in Europe and they're more consistent than us, but we can beat any team in Europe as well and we'll go in with that mind-set.
"We've always been competitive in the past, and people recognise that, but we're still delivering that even with a change of personnel. The young players from the Futures and under-20 programmes want to keep that legacy of competiveness going. As hosts, France will be the favourites, but it's easier to chase than be chased."
Before that game on Monday, GB will open the action in Trelaze when they face Serbia at lunchtime on Saturday, and Jennings knows what to expect from his side's first opponents: "They are a quintessential European side, they play the pick and roll well. They shoot the ball well, their guards have good size and they move the ball well. They play well together and have good chemistry which will give us a great test. We're looking forward to the challenge on Saturday."
Sunday's game sees GB facing a Latvian side that defeated them 56-54 in Sweden recently, and Jennings is looking forward to the rematch: "I think it's fair to say we learned a lot about each other and both teams held a bit of their play-book back. It went down to two plays, we played one of our better defensive sequences, but they got a shot from beyond the arc to win it, that's basketball. It'll be a game that will be tight for the whole 40 minutes, and I'm looking forward to it."
The top three from the four team group progress to the second stage, with the results against their fellow qualifiers being carried forward.
All three GB games will be available to view via http://www.livebasketball.tv/