You ain't seen nothing yet: that's the message from Saracens talisman Owen Farrell with the prospect of a Heineken Champions Cup final against Leinster lying in wait.

Saracens are something approaching a dynasty in European rugby - one of only four teams to have won back-to-back Champions Cup titles.

They have romped to St James' Park for a third final appearance but England skipper Farrell claims there's plenty still to come from Mark McCall's men. 

“That’s an exciting part of what we’ve got to look forward to,” he told the club's official website. 

“We don’t think we’ve peaked at all and that’s a good thing. We’ve been building nicely throughout the year and I guess the thing about that is it’s all about the next thing.

“It’s about what you do and how you perform in the next challenge and I’ve no doubt our intent… we’ll give everything for the rest of the year.”

Saracens outmuscled Munster in a combative semi-final to reach Newcastle, while Leo Cullen's Leinster got the better of Toulouse in the final four. 

Farrell, 27, says his side are far from established at the continent's top table and must use Saturday's final as a platform for dominance. 

He said: “When you look back at all these big clubs and they’ve got all those stars by their name you look at it in admiration and think ‘what a club’.

“We’ve done pretty well over the past few years but we’re still pretty new to it so we want to keep that going and not take it for granted that we’ve been in a few finals.

“We want to make sure we make the most out of each opportunity we get and we’ve put ourselves in a good position this year.”