"We've earned the right to go to Twickenham and we will prepare for what is going to be a fantastic semi-final against Saracens. These are the games that players dream of playing in - even for those who've go 80 caps or more it is a huge occasion," said Azam.
The assistant to director of rugby Bernard Laporte, Azam dismisses any thoughts that last weekend's shock defeat in Grenoble will effect their chances of going all the way to Dublin. That was last week, the prize on Sunday is too big to allow for complacency or any lack of effort.
Saracens also lost in their semi-final dress-rehearsal at Gloucester, but both teams have already clinched home semi-final games in their respective championship play-offs. They are preparing to shoot-out for the right to play in their first Heineken Cup final as they hope to stay on course for a domestic league and European Cup double.
"Saracens are very strong defensively and discipline will be key. Only the four best teams in Europe are left in the Heineken Cup and we are one of them," said Azam.
"We have great assets in our team and a great goalkicker that everyone knows. I don't think this game will hinge on anything massive, but the team that gets the small details right will win.
"Everyone at the club is up for this game and focusing on the job in hand. We are working hard and paying attention to every detail.
"I'll be a very happy man at the end if we win and get a trip to Dublin."