Booking a home playoff in the Premiership and making the last four of the Heineken Cup is not enough for the Saracens players who are determined to win trophies this season, says Chris Wyles.

The club have made the semi-final of Europe's premier tournament - a stage they have reached just once before - and currently lead the Premiership table by four points with one match to play.

When asked if the players would consider it to have been a good season regardless of what happens in the two semi-finals though, Wyles said: "I think at the end of the day we want to win trophies.

"We're hungry and ambitious - we don’t want to look too far into the future so we’ll take each game as it comes and hopefully we’ll have a good game against Toulon.

"It’s a huge match on the biggest stage in Europe so we’ll look back at the Gloucester game, correct those mistakes and look forward to Sunday.

"This is the most important part of the season, you build for a long period of time to get into a good positon and we're in a good position.

"Obviously the Gloucester defeat was disappointing but we've got a lot to play for in these next four or five weeks."