"It's certainly an interesting Pool and we'll all be looking forward to testing ourselves against two sides with a proven Heineken Cup pedigree in Tigers and Perpignan.
Although we'll be expected to beat Treviso it's case of having to make sure we are professional and do the job properly. Often it's the case that qualification is won and lost in the games against the Italian sides.
"We know all about Leicester having played them in each of the last three seasons. Like us they will go into the competition with a new coach so, while their players will be up for it after we beat them at Twickenham, the matches against them will have a different complexion to them, a bit of the unknown.
"Perpignan have gone all the way to the final before and reached the knockout stages last season so we know that we'll have to be on the top of our game if we are to win the group, but I think its definitely achievable. We got through to the quarter finals as best runners-up last season when I think it was there for us to win the group, so I can't see why we can't go one better this time around. If we do that, we have to be confident of improving on last year's showing and progressing past the quarter finals for the first time."