London Wasps boss Dai Young wants his side to keep up their winning momentum when they tackle Viadana in the Challenge Cup on Sunday.
Wasps are already through to the Challenge Cup quarter-finals after an impressive group stage run, and currently sit on a record of six wins from their past seven games in all competitions; a streak Young is desperate to extend.
"You can see there is a bit of confidence and belief in the side on the back of a few wins," Young told the London Evening Standard.
"Winning is a habit and we want to keep this run going. We are nowhere near the finished article; we are still making errors that we need to cut out.
"Saying that, there are a lot of encouraging things. We now have to finish the job this weekend in the final pool match. Having picked up a bonus point away in Viadana we'll be looking to do the same on Sunday at Adams Park.
"When the group was drawn at the start of the year it was the toughest group," added Young.
"To get through a group with two French teams is always difficult. Everyone knows how difficult it is to come to France and get a result and we've done it twice."