Leinster man-of-the-match Felipe Contepomi was in defiant mood after guiding his side to victory over Edinburgh insisting that it is wins not bonus points that put teams through to the knock out rounds.
The home side managed only three tries in the 28-14 victory but the 18-point hero refused to be down hearted.
He said: ''Bonus points do make a difference but to get through you need to win. It's a tough pool, with tight teams, and Edinburgh were good to watch tonight playing some nice rugby, but if we want to go through we need three wins - it's as simple as that.
''There'll be no complacency from us at Murrayfield because you can see that Edinburgh are very dangerous when they have the ball. We'll have to be at our best to win there.''
Head-coach Michael Cheika was less satisfied with the win though and identified the breakdown as the area in which his side let themselves down.
He said: ''We were poor in the second half. We became undisciplined at the ruck and could not get the field position we needed. We'll have to look at the tape and see what went wrong there but the important thing is we keep on winning games.
''We need to work our way into a win up there and just play the next game. Concentration is paramount and we know the areas we need to focus on.''