Ireland can become the first team to score a try-scoring bonus point after Wales fell short by a finger tip in the final play in Rome on Sunday.
But Henshaw does not want Ireland to become greedy after their surprise loss in Scotland in the first round of the championship.
“People are talking about bonus points this weekend – we just need to get the win,” said Henshaw.
“There is confidence we can still win the championship based on what we did in November. This is an incredible group and we know we can still win it.
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“There is more pressure on us and the squad may not be used to it but, hopefully, it can get the best out of us.” Ireland are unlikely to risk Johnny Sexton even though the Leinster stand-off is running again after the calf injury which caused him to miss the defeat at Murrayfield.
The buoyant Scots travel to Paris emboldened.
“If we can get an 80-minute performance and stick in like we did against Ireland we can go over there and get a result,” said prop Zander Fagerson.
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Scotland stunned Ireland in the Six Nations opener on Saturday
“It was a great result and we’ll take the benefits from it but we weren’t perfect. We made a hell of a lot of errors so if we want to be the best team, we need to scrub them out and put in an 80-minute performance. Once we can do that, I’ll say we’re on the way.”
Meanwhile, Scotland centre Huw Jones will join Glasgow from the Stormers in South Africa next season, a move which could see international teammate Mark Bennett depart for Edinburgh.
Wallabies utility back Rob Horne, 27, has signed for Northampton on a three-year contract.