Exeter Chiefs boss Rob Baxter says that his side must adopt a mindset that shows they need to get the Premiership title.
The bonus-point win over Toilet on Sunday assured them of a playoff semifinal.
“It is for people to keep collecting things as fast as we could to try to find that home semifinal,” Baxter said.
“But even more importantly than that ensure we’re playing and training week by week in a means that resembles a team that has genuinely got ambitions to acquire the whole thing.”
Baxter’s men reach the previous three Premiership finals, with reductions to Saracens from 2016 and 2018 interspersed using their sole title victory if they beat Wasps in extratime two decades ago.
“You do not generate on daily to win it, ” I think you certainly do it every single day and every activity that you make, and we’ve got to get started driving that now,” he told BBC Radio Devon.
Exeter are nine things ahead of Saracens and want one more win to ensure at second place and also a house semi final.
Considering their first foray into the post-season in 20-16, they’ve not finished below 2nd and topped that the regular-season dining table for the first time this past year.
“What is ahead can be as much a mental struggle as it’s a physiological one,” added Baxter.
“the simple stark reality is the way these lads lock now and decide what they want everything to look like and feel like.
“We’ve got to hand lots to them, we’ve got to hand a great deal of the responsibility of the way can they wish to develop and instruct on Wednesday? Just how do they want to develop and play Leicester?
“We have to go to Saracens again, how are they going to become there? There are some challenges people are able to face and I’m intrigued to see the way the inventors decide this will go.
“we could direct them as coaches, but the path they take is quite definitely going to be down from that which they choose to do.”