O'Driscoll, who missed the whole of this year's RBS 6 Nations with a shoulder injury, returned to the province at the end of March and has been a key figure in the run-in to a potential European and domestic double.
And the 33-year-old centre, whose side will take on the Ospreys next weekend in the PRO12 final, insists that there is still more to come from his team.
"It will take a couple of days for it to properly to settle in but after we won our first title we talked about not being content with that and trying to create some sort of dynasty and something to be remembered by," he said.
"We're going in the right direction towards doing that but I know this team will be hungry for more. That's why it's enjoyable, You're going in day-in and day-out because you know you're going to be pushed by the guy next to you. We played for one another out there.
"The energy from all 23 was phenomenal; it shows where we are as a squad. I only came in for the knockout stages, for the important part, but the hard graft was put in during the group stages."