Owen Farrell wants to give departing Saracens icons Jackson Wray and Duncan Taylor the perfect send-off by winning the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final.

Wray will retire and Taylor will depart the club at the end of this season having won four Gallagher Premiership Rugby titles and three Champions Cups during their time at StoneX Stadium.

Saracens will collide with Northampton Saints on Saturday in the first of two semi-finals, with the winner of the clash set to face either Sale Sharks or defending champions Leicester Tigers at Twickenham.

And after 14 years playing alongside Wray, and 12 years in the same squad as Taylor, Farrell believes it is only right that Sarries send the two club legends off into the sunset in style.

He said: "We have got some big personalities potentially playing in their last games for the club, and we want to make sure we do them proud.

"We want to make sure that they enjoy all of it and embrace it.

"We need to help these boys go out how they deserve to.

"I am fed up of being so nice about Jackson, I have said more nice things about him over the last two weeks than I have ever said in my life.

"I don't know if I can stomach it again, but he loves this club, he has done since he was a kid, and the way that he has turned up every day and the amount of commitment that he has shown has been amazing.

"We have all grown up with him as well, and luckily he will still be around, it is not like he is moving, he is just going into a different job and we will all still see him.

"But he has been a big part of everything that this club has been about since making his debut."

Saracens finished the regular Gallagher Premiership Rugby season in first place despite a Round 24 defeat against Bath Rugby.

They will be aiming to avenge last season's Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final loss against Tigers over the coming weeks.

And Farrell is hoping to lift the trophy with two players who have battled alongside him from the beginning.

He added: "Jackson made his debut with me in 2009, it's a long time ago now, and then Duncan is not far behind that.

"He came only a few years later, so he is in exactly the same boat.

"As rugby players they are two big losses for the club, but we are losing two good blokes as well."