7 Jun, 15:39
ERC can confirm that the Federation Française de Rugby (FFR) has withdrawn its application to host the 2014 Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup finals, due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding the availability of the Stade de France.
Saracens have already taken domestic fixtures to England's national football stadium with great success and Venter sees no reason why that shouldn't transfer to the continent's biggest stage.
"It's a big competition and we want to be playing the big teams," said Venter.
"A couple of our group matches may be played at Wembley, and we can all look forward to a couple of fantastic European occasions at the national stadium."
Saracens supporters are certainly in for an exciting ride whether their team decide to play their European home games next season.
Leinster were tournament winners in 2009; Clermont were crowned French Champions last month; and Racing are fast becoming a dominant force in the Top 14, so the wow factor is certainly present in Pool 2.
But Sarries themselves are in great form, having come agonisingly close to claiming their first-ever English title at Twickenham a week-and-a-half ago.
Venter's men were beaten 31-27 by Leicester Tigers in the Guinness Premiership Final but it was arguably they who were the major story of the English season.
And, while Sarries could certainly have been drawn in a more favourable group, there is no doubt that this particular side are even better equipped to reach the knockout stages than they the squad that made the last four in 2008.
"Leinster are a top European team with plenty of experience, Clermont Auvergne are the current French champions and Racing Metro certainly don't lack ambition - they will all provide tough opposition home and away," added Venter.
"Make no mistake, so will we. It will be a magnificent contest."