A European semi-final in sight, seven tries scored and a dominant all-round display, but Saracens’ Jamie George still wasn’t satisfied by Saturday’s win over Glasgow Warriors.

The 56-27 triumph at Allianz Park sets up a Heineken Champions Cup semi-final against Munster, and with Saracens still in the mix for Gallagher Premiership Rugby honours, Mark McCall’s men seem well-set for silverware.

But the hooker, who was named man-of-the-match in Saturday's match, believes that the reigning Premiership champions must up their game if they are to challenge on both fronts.

“I honestly think we are quite a long way off where we need to be, which is disappointing, but also exciting at the same time,” he told the Saracens website.

“We can’t be too hard on what we did but we were good with the ball and not so good without it.

“Our aim, without doubt, is to go unbeaten for the rest of the season, because to achieve what we want to achieve, that is what we’ll need to do.

“At the beginning of the season, we’re fully aware of what we want to do. Yes, we are still aware of it at this stage of the season.

“At the start of the year, we said we want to be one of the best teams in Europe, consistently.

“It was pretty clear we wanted to have a real good crack at this. To be the only unbeaten team in the tournament is a statement of intent.”

The Munster clash takes place on Saturday 20 April at the Ricoh Arena, with Saracens looking to reclaim the European crown that they won twice on the bounce in 2016 and 2017 from Leinster, who feature in the other semi-final against Toulouse.

But they’ll come up against a side with European pedigree of their own, Munster hungry to add to their two trophies lifted back in the mid-2000s, a prospect that George knows they can’t afford to underestimate.

“They will fight for everything,” he said of the Irish side.

“They are well coached, well drilled and they’re a tough team to break down so it’s going to be a good contest.

“If you look at Munster and us, we value the same things as a team and as a club – that’s why it’s going to be a good contest.”