Saracens prop Vincent Koch has described his side’s qualification for a home Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final as “amazing”, after they won all six matches to top Pool 3.

The two-times winners maintained their 100% record in this season’s competition in Round 6 with a 38-19 home victory over Glasgow Warriors, whom they will meet again at Allianz Park in the last eight. 

The 28-year-old forward – who played in Sarries’ Champions Cup final win in 2016 – was delighted with the win, telling the English club’s website: “Throughout the week we tried to focus on ourselves and I think we showed that.

“We set our goals at the beginning of the year and getting top log and a home quarter-final is amazing for us. We played the Sarries way again and it’s always nice getting a win against Glasgow. 

“There were a few soft moments, so we had a few hard words in the changing room and came out in the second half and tried to fix that.  

“We topped the European log, so that’s good for us as well. All credit to the boys. We really worked hard, stuck in there and it’s always nice winning.”