Bring on Cardiff Blues and Munster - that was the battle cry from Leicester Tigers skipper Martin Corry after his side stayed in the hunt for a Heineken Cup quarter-final slot with a priceless 28-13 win at rain soaked Bourgoin...
Even though the Tigers couldn't convert their 28-3 interval lead into a bonus point victory, Corry was still delighted to have made it two away wins in a row in Pool 4.
"It was never going to be a fast, free flowing game in those conditions and I was delighted with the first-half performance," said Corry, who grabbed the third try for the Tigers in the opening half.
"It was disappointing not to get a fourth try, but at the start of the game I would have taken that result. We knew they would come out hard in the second half and we were guilty of giving them too much ball.
"After we lost to Munster in the first round we said we had to win every game to qualify. That's what we now need - three more wins.
"While I'm pleased with what has happened in Bourgoin we have got to back it up next week when they come to Welford Road. We know we've got to keep on winning and hopefully we can get a bonus point next week.
"Then it will be bring on Cardiff Blues and Munster."
Leicester coach Pat Howard conceded it was "an opportunity lost" for his side in their battle to qualify for the quarter-finals, but was still happy with the result.
"I'm disappointed we didn't get the bonus point, but I'll still take that result. We all saw the conditions out there," said Howard.
"Given the conditions it was a very good performance across the board. We will welcome them back to Welford Road next week and we know we've got to keep on winning.
"The only game we've lost was reasonably close and now we've got to win the next two matches at home to ensure there is real pressure going into the last game against Munster at Thomond Park."