Saracens must put their European disappointment behind them immediately as they shift their focus to domestic matters according to winger Rotimi Segun. 

Mark McCall’s side slipped to a 25-16 defeat away to French giants Toulon in the European Challenge Cup semi-finals, ending their hopes of a double-winning campaign. 

Segun played the full 80 minutes in the south of France and will line up against Northampton Saints on Saturday with a home semi-final the reward in case of victory. 

While Saracens have already wrapped up a top four finish, if they can see off Saints, they will ensure a return to StoneX Stadium in the semi-finals, in all likelihood against London rivals Harlequins. 

And Segun believes that the European frustrations need to be quickly evacuated as the domestic season approaches the business end. 

He said: “We know what went wrong last week and we know that there is loads to improve on, and this is the first opportunity to do it. The Premiership is now the only competition we can go for so we want to put our teeth straight back in to it. 

“Northampton are a group that love to play attacking rugby but we are pushing to secure a home semi and first and foremost that’s what we’re going after.” 

McCall has made just one change from the side that was beaten in Toulon, Sean Maitland coming onto the wing in place of the injured Max Malins. 

The Scotland international signed a contract with the club earlier this week to extend his stay, having first joined in 2016. 

In his time with Saracens, Maitland has won two European titles and two Premiership titles, and will now continue for another season in north London. 

“Saracens is a club that is very close to my heart and I am very excited to be here for another year,” said the 33-year-old. 

“We have a special group here who I love being around and I truly believe we are on course to achieve our goals which is a huge motivation for all of us.”