Saracens are targeting a debut Heineken Cup final - but first they have to beat a "dream team" in Sunday's semi-final showdown at Twickenham Stadium.
Big spending Toulon will arrive at the home of English rugby with a galaxy of stars who between them have won international honours for eight different nations and collectively also bidding to qualify for a prestigious tournament final for the first time.
"They have got something of a dream team line-up but that's what you get at this level," said 29-year-old Saracens wing David Strettle, who has been an ever-present in the club's European campaign this season.
"It's something the boys are relishing and can't wait to play in. It's one of those cases where you analyse their team and you realise they have got key players everywhere, so all you can do is concentrate on yourselves.
"It's about what you bring to the team. A lot of it is down to not just having the quality players but having a work ethic.
"That counts just as much and as a squad we feel that everyone plays for each other and no matter who you bring in, whether they are a superstar or not, I don't think they will function as well at Saracens unless they have that work ethic.
"That's why you want to play rugby, you want to play with the best and against the best.
"We watched the Leicester game and it's credit to Toulon that they can be under the cosh against such a good team like Leicester and still come out with the win.
"At this stage games are usually very close because defences are so good these days, but if it does open up I think we've shown that we have got the firepower to break the line and score tries."
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