Owen Farrell insists his Saracens teammates will be prepared for anything as crunch-time approaches after the Premiership champions sealed a home semi-final.

The England captain helped his side on their way to an impressive 31-14 win against Wasps with 16 points of his own at the Ricoh Arena, the same turf on which they had booked their place in the Champions Cup final the weekend prior.

And while Farrell believes there’s still room for improvement as the season reaches its climax, he trusts in the squad to deliver the goods.

“We’re ready for whatever’s happening and I’m sure we’ll build up right for the next few weeks,” he told Saracens' website.

“There’s lots of things that happen in rugby teams and you’ve got to use it to try and make it better, and we try and do that.

“It wasn’t the best performance we’ve ever had today, but we’ve come away and got a job done.”

First-half scores from Ben Spencer, Liam Williams and Will Skelton set Sarries off to the perfect start, striking a significant blow to Wasps’ semi-final ambitions in the process.

And for man-of-the-match Spencer, whose performances of late have seen him become firmly ensconced in Mark McCall’s side, it was merely a case of getting the job done.

“I think for starters there’s lots of areas to work on, but we spoke in the week about backing last weekend up,” he said.

“I think in the first-half we did that pretty well; second-half got a bit scrappy towards the end, but we’re happy to get the victory here.

“I’m just enjoying it. I’m taking every week as it comes and it’s nice to be on the field with a great bunch of lads.”