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Sean Holley’s side secured a home tie in the semi-finals with a 42-10 bonus-point win over Newport Gwent Dragons but Jones is taking nothing for granted.
“All those games we’ve won of late to get into the play-offs will count for nothing if we don’t go on to win the Grand Final,” said Jones.
“We have to be looking to win the Magners League title again. We have things to work on but there is no reason why we can’t win it.
“A home draw makes a big difference. You only have to look at the likes of Munster and see what a hard place Thomond Park is to play, especially when you get to the knock-out stages of a competition – playing at home will inspire us.
“We’ve beaten Clermont Auvergne and Leicester Tigers at the Liberty Stadium this season and, hopefully, we will get another big crowd to cheer us on.
“I don’t think any team enjoys coming to the Liberty Stdium and we like to make it tough for everyone.
“But we know Glasgow are a good side – they have a formidable pack and I’m sure Dan Parks will want to finish his career with them on a high.”