Saracens will be even more determined to go on and win the Aviva Premiership after their European Cup triumph at the weekend, that’s according to former England captain Lewis Moody.

Saracens became the fourth team – and only the second from England - to win the Champions Cup in consecutive seasons by beating French side Clermont Auvergne 28-17 in the final on Saturday.

But now their attention switches to domestic glory and the weekend’s Premiership semi-final with Exeter.

Exeter failed to make it to the knockout stages of the Champions Cup but finished the regular season in second, seven points ahead of Saracens.

But Moody believes that Saracens will be too strong as they look to complete the double-double.

“Saracens will be feeling very confident on the back of a very good win in the European Cup final,” said Moody.

“They are the back-to-back European champions and only the second English side to achieve that, after Leicester Tigers did the same in 2001 and 2002, and that will give them a huge boost going into the weekend’s semi-final.”

Moody, a Land Rover ambassador, was commenting on this year’s shortlisted nominees for the Land Rover Discovery of The Season award, which recognises the most impressive young rugby player in Aviva Premiership Rugby. Land Rover is the Official Vehicle Partner of Premiership Rugby and long standing supporter of rugby at all levels; from grassroots to elite.

This year’s nominees are Bath duo Tom Ellis and Zach Mercer, Ellis Genge of Leicester Tigers, Exeter's Jack Maunder, Joe Marchant of Harlequins and Sale Sharks' Denny Solomona.

And Moody says Saracens will not have celebrated too much after Saturday’s win and will be focused on ending the season by putting another trophy in the cabinet.

He added: “Saracens won’t have celebrated too much after Saturday and they will feel relaxed and prepared for the fact they know they have two more big matches to come.

“All they will want to do is finish on a high by winning the Premiership otherwise that European Cup win will seem like a distant memory. No one wants to finish on a bad memory.”

And Moody does not believe that Exeter will have enough to stop Saracens making it to Twickenham and so it will be down to either Wasps or Leicester to stop them completing another double at Twickenham - .

“Whoever goes through will inevitably go on and play Saracens because I cannot see Exeter having what it takes to upset such a dominant side.

“But the side that makes it to the final will have that chance to upset that apple cart but it will take 80 minutes of absolute accuracy to overturn Sarries.”

Lewis Moody is a Land Rover ambassador. Land Rover is Official Vehicle Partner of Premiership Rugby and has a heritage in rugby at all levels; from grassroots to elite. Follow @LandRoverRugby #WeDealInReal