Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea expects competition for starting places to be fierce during their run-in for an unprecedented trophy treble.
Quins claimed the LV= Cup after a 32-14 win over Sale at Sixways and are still in the running to lift the Heineken Cup and retain their Aviva Premiership title.
O'Shea, who blooded several youngsters in the LV= Cup, said Quins' England contingent, who watched their triumph from the stands at Sixways, are determined to return to action.
"I'm just over the moon for the group," he said after the win.
"It is a long way into the season and we face a massive next nine weeks but, for those players, that is something that is a reminder to everyone coming back in the next couple of weeks.
"For the club, not only is it a major trophy. when you look at four guys in the tight five who are 21 and under, that is something for them to store away in their locker for years to come and they are the cornerstone of what this club will be about for a decade or more.
"They have won a national trophy and we said before the game not to take anything for granted because you never know when you will get there.
"We have been very fortunate to be in a number of finals in the last few years and to have come away with a trophy.
"There is a good vibe in the dressing room and a lot of very proud parents of young men but it sets us up to really attack what will be ups and down in the coming weeks.
"We know that. We have Saracens away and Gloucester away five days later, Munster in the Heineken Cup, Bath. Worcester, Northampton. It is just so unbelievably exciting for this group.
"Now everyone will have to play their part. We have a lot of quality to come in."
O'Shea praised Sale's gutsy showing in the final.
"We remembered during the game where we were three weeks ago in the league when we were 30-7 up, we switched off and then it was 30-21," he added.
'This will be disappointing for them but you know Steve Diamond will have them flying for next week."
Sale's rugby director Steve Diamond conceded that his side were beaten by a better side.
"We showed great spirit throughout but our skill set and application let us down at times on one-on-one tackles and then there is a mix-up in midfield just after half-time which really nailed us," he explained.
"But the spirit was good and we came across a side which are on the up. I've no complaints.
"We have got bigger fish to fry over the next weeks but we came here to give it our best shot and we are pleased with the effort. Just the skill set let us down."