Saracens captain Neil de Kock is not underestimating the challenge facing his side against Glasgow on Friday.
The English club, who defeated Biarritz 45-16 last weekend, need only a point against the Warriors to progress to the knock-out stage of the Heineken Cup for the first time.
Saracens' in-form scrum-half is determined to secure victory at Firhill and finish top of the group to give Alan Gaffney's side the best chance of securing a home tie in the quarter-finals.
In contrast, Sean Lineen's men will be fired up for the visit of star-studded Saracens, knowing a decisive win is required for them to make the last eight.
De Kock said: "The Biarritz game was a massive win, but the job's not done yet.
"Glasgow can still take the pool winners spot so we're not there just yet. It's going to be another huge game but our aim has to be to keep the momentum going and go for that home quarter-final.
"A Friday night in Glasgow is not going to be easy. It's a great challenge and one we will look forward to.
“If you get to the knockout stages anything can happen - you'll then have just as good a chance as any other team in the competition."