Saracens coach Alex Sanderson says the Men in Black are aiming for the treble this season after his under-strength side beat Worcester Warriors 22-12 to book a place in the semi-finals of the LV=Cup.
Sarries now face a trip to Sale Sharks in the last four of the competition after brushing Warriors aside thanks to 17 points from the boot of young Ben Spencer and an early try from Ernst Joubert.
As well as their progression in the LV=Cup, Saracens are currently second in the Premiership and through to the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup.
"We want to be greedy and win all three," Sanderson said. "The best sides in history have won all three and that is what we aim to do."
Sanderson also praised his young side's performance given their lack of recent match action.
"This group of players don't normally play and they are ring rusty, but they did extremely well today as it is now eight out of nine wins for us and this one over Worcester, our bogey team," Sanderson said.