Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea praised his side after racking up a 53-5 victory over Zebre to remain unbeaten in Europe.
The Premiership champions started slowly against their Italian opponents but eventually ran in seven tries, with star fly-half Nick Evans adding a further 18 points with the boot.
"We were imprecise and made mistakes but it was ultimately a job well done," said O'Shea.
"We scored over 50 points in each of the two games against them. Before we first played them I read out their scores to our players and it showed that after 55 minutes of each game they had been in contention so they take some breaking down.
"When I stopped looking the penalty count was 24-4 in our favour.
"That's the fourth game in a row that sides have conceded over 20 penalties against us and it shows what teams are trying to do to stop us playing.
"Treviso are a good side but Zebre only came together in August so it's difficult for them to compete. We all want Italian rugby to be strong but they get three times as much money as we do from the ERC which I think needs addressing."
O'Shea added: "We want to be at home in the quarter-final in April. People say that we are stuttering along but we've won 13 out of 16 in all competitions.
"We are unbeaten in Europe, top of the Premiership and have won both our LV= Cup games."