Cardiff Blues coach David Young is refusing to accept talk of a number one ranking for the quarter-finals despite his team being the only unbeaten side left in the Heineken Cup.
"We have won nothing yet. We have to give Calvisano some respect ahead of our last game," said Young
"For 60 minutes they were very competitive against us out there and they gave Biarritz a tough time at the weekend.
"So I won't talk about where we are going to be playing a home quarter-final before we actually get there.
"That said, if we can't beat Calvisano at home then we don't deserve to be in to the quarter-final."
The Blues are now one of three teams already through to the last eight - Munster and Harlequins are the others - the likelihood is they will be the number one seeds if they can make it six out of six next week.
"It is a real statement making the quarter-finals for the second season in a row. The aim now is to get that all-important home tie," said Young.
"We aren't the finished article but we are now competitive. There were years we didn't qualify because we simply weren't good enough.
"But with the backing of the board we have built up our squad and now we can go to places Biarritz and Gloucester and win.