Owen Farrell - Saracens' leading tournament points scorer
Saracens will run out at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday evening for their quarter-final clash with Ulster Rugby adamant they will be taking no notice of the Irish club's recent run of results.
The 2012 finalists made a blistering start to the season with 13 wins on the on the trot but they have won just one of their last four PRO12 contests, going down to Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby and sharing the spoils with Benetton Treviso.
However, they go into the high profile last eight tie at the home of English rugby on the back of a 22-18 victory in Dublin over reigning Heineken Cup champions Leinster and Sarries' Director of Rugby Mark McCall insists their will be no complacency from the Premiership leaders.
"Ulster were absolutely flying in the early part of the season and had continued the form that took them to the final of the competition last season and made them one of the best side's in Europe in the past 12 months," said McCall.
"Like a lot of clubs, they've had injuries and players away in the Six Nations but those players are now coming back to action and we know they are an excellent side. We have analysed them and they are still as well drilled and as well coached as they were at the start of the season.
"There's a good feeling amongst our group, the players are in good form and they're enjoying their rugby. Let's hope we can maintain that feeling and maintain that momentum into the game."
Meanwhile England outside half Owen Farrell has overtaken Glen Jackson as the club's top point scorer in the tournament - notching up 202 to surpass Jackson's previous record of 193 - and is relishing the momentous occasion
"Ulster are a quality side and it's a huge game - one that I'm really looking forward to," said Farrell.
"It's going to be a huge occasion playing at Twickenham, and there's been tens of thousands tickets sold already so I'm looking forward to playing in that big game atmosphere again.
"Ulster have threats all over the park, so we know that we're going to have to maintain this good run of form if we are to beat them."
The directors of ERC voted unanimously at a Board meeting to postpone all decisions including the release of further instalments of ERC's distributable central revenues to the six shareholder countries until 19 February next when the Board will meet again to reconsider the issue.