But man of the match at Adams Park, Gordon D'Arcy, says there will ne no looking further forward than the Biarritz match, although he openly admits that he and his team mates are hungry for more silverware.
"Once you win a trophy you get greedy and selfish and you just want to keep on wining. The only way to quantify your career when you have finished is to look back on the silverware you have won - I won this and I won that," said D'Arcy.
"That's what drives me on whenever I play - if I could play forever that would be great but you can't. So, I'm hungry for silverware and that drive is definitely there.
"It was an enjoyable, free flowing game against Wasps, but when we take a closer look at it there were a couple of tries we should have shut down and there were a few more we could have scored."
D'Arcy already has picked up three Heineken Cup winners medals, two Celtic League titles, won a Grand Slam and four Triple Crowns with Ireland and been on two British & Irish Lions tours. But now the Amlin Challenge Cup is firmly in his sights.