Worcester feel that the European Shield title is well within their grasp...
Worcester have already celebrated their first season in Europe by reaching the European Shield final against Auch at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday - but captain Ben Hinshelwood wants to crown it all with the silverware.
With the long-haul business of Zurich Premiership survival successfully done and dusted, now Worcester can focus on the one-off chance of getting their hands on the European Shield.
And having former French international centre Thomas Lombard in their squad means they will go into the final with some valuable inside information.
"It is great for us to have reached a European final in our first season but it would be even more fantastic if we could wrap it up with some silverware," said the Scottish international centre.
"Thomas has been able to give us some information on Auch but basically we are expecting a very tough game.
"Auch are a very physical side but they also pose a threat behind the scrum so we are going to have our work cut out if we are to win the title.
"As always the hard work will have to be done in the scrum and line-out but I hope the conditions are good and we can play some attractive rugby fit for the occasion.
"I believe we have developed a real understanding among ourselves this season and that our results reflect that development.
"For their part they are a relatively small French town which means their supporters will be right behind them in their own push for the title.
"What really pleases us, however, is that we have earned a great day out for our own superb supporters and I hope they have a memorable day. The support we have had this season, home and away, has been simply magnificent."
Worcester beat Brive - the 1997 Heineken Cup champions - in their European Challenge Cup opener but went down in the second Leg in France to move into the European Shield tournament.
They beat both Rugby Rovigo and Leonessa home and away before clinching their place in the showpiece final by beating Leeds Tykes at Sixways and then drawing 30-30 in a second Leg thriller at Headingley to advance with three match points.
"We have thoroughly enjoyed playing against French, Italian and English opposition, that is what the tournament is all about," said Hinshelwood.
"It enabled us to experience different styles while giving everyone in the squad the chance of a taste of European rugby and everything that involves.
"In the Zurich Premiership it came down to us having to win our final match against Northampton Saints to survive - that was enormous pressure.
"Being in the European Shield final is a different source of pressure because a European title is at stake and it would be great to finish off the season with the silverware."