Ulster Rugby may have picked up five vital points at home against Aironi Rugby, but head coach Brian McLaughlin is calling for an even bigger effort in the return leg in Italy next weekend.
Irish back row star Stephen Ferris was once again in rampaging form as the Ulstermen bagged five tries to move to the top of Pool 4 ahead of today's clash between ASM Clermont Auvergne and Leicester Tigers.
But McLaughlin insists that last season's quarter-finalists must improve if they are to achieve what the Tigers failed to do in Round 1 and take another five points in Italy.
"We know we can do better and we know we are capable of better. Next week we'll have to do it all again," said McLaughlin.
"We've got the five points, and we're exceptionally happy with that, but we've got to look at the tries we scored, at the way we moved the ball and we've got to do that time and time and time again next week.
"We took our chances well in the second half and got the bonus point we needed, but next week it's a whole new ball game - it's only half-time. Last year Aironi beat Biarritz at home and they're more than capable of producing a big game.
"We know it will be extremely tough over there and, if we're not on the money, Aironi are more than capable of turning us over, so we have to go and do a job.
"We're only half way there. They will be extremely difficult to play against them over there, so we've got to start well and not just expect to go and put points on them.
"We converted a lot of our opportunities, but we're still not converting all of them. It was a case of job done at Ravenhill, but a lot of work needs to be done to get five points next week."