Saracens head coach Mark McCall admits they will "get stuck into the week" after losing their first game of the season against Harlequins.
Their 29-23 Premiership defeat backs into a Champions Cup fixture against Ulster this Saturday as they look to secure top spot in Pool 1.
And McCall's outfit are looking forward to getting back on the pitch against the Irish province in front of a home crowd at Allianz Park.
"This group in the past has been pretty good at dealing with the odd setback, we've got a big game to get our teeth stuck into against Ulster and we'll get stuck into the week," he told the club website after the Quins loss.
Echoing McCall's comments, Saracens back-row forward Will Fraser added: "Ulster is a huge game, we had a good win against them away so they're going to be fired up for the game at Allianz Park and so are we."