Chris Ashton is determined to produce further goods in the Heineken Cup after blazing past Ulster to reach the semi-finals.
The England wing put a miserable Six Nations behind him with a scintillating solo try in Saracens' 27-16 victory over last season's finalists.
Ashton hit a razor-sharp inside line in midfield and danced past two defenders before finishing his brilliant effort with the trademark "Ash Splash".
He admits he was relieved to get back to his best with his club and he is desperate to help Saracens reach a first Heineken Cup final by marching past Toulon on April 28.
"I've felt good since coming back to the club and I was really pleased to get that try against Ulster," said Ashton.
"I did get a little bogged down with all the comments during the Six Nations and it's difficult to take. But, you just have to get on with things.
"It will be a fantastic finish to the season and we are in a good place as a squad and the quarter-final win really boosted everyone.
"We have a real chance in the Cup with the squad we have and being able to rotate players has been really important. You do want to play every week, but your body needs a break."
Ashton also hopes another impressive showing in Europe will be enough to secure selection in Warren Gatland's British & Irish Lions squad.
Gatland has been keeping a close eye on European competitions, with the knockout stages the last shop window. Ashton admits the stock of English players fell in the Six Nations but he hopes he is in contention.
"It did seem a distant thing after the Wales result because we weren't ourselves," added Ashton.
"It is difficult to have the Lions in the back of your mind all the time and you know it's coming. You try and block it out and hope that you are in with a shout."
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