Leinster and Ireland playmaker Johnny Sexton has urged his side not to let their minds wander ahead of their Champions Cup final against Racing 92, Sky Sports report.
Sexton, 32, already has three European Cup titles to his name with Leinster in 2009, 2011 and 2012.
Leinster will equal Toulouse’s record of four triumphs should they be victorious over Racing 92 in Bilbao on Saturday.
However, the club have not won a trophy in any competition since the PRO12 title in 2014 and have lost four semi-finals and one final in that four year period.
Sexton, who previously played for Racing 92 before his return to Leinster, admitted he and his team-mates must resist the temptation to dream.
Talking during a press conference ahead of the final, Sexton said:
Your mind wanders during the week. You can get to dreaming and thinking about things you shouldn’t. If you think about the last time we won the trophy and how long it’s been, that’s a distraction. You have to go out there and play. We have to top our quarter-final, semi-final performances because we know we’re going to have to go to another level to win the game tomorrow.
Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has made two changes ahead of the final from the side that beat Scarlets in the semi-final in Dublin.
Luke McGrath has been given the nod at scrum-half, with Jordan Larmour replacing the injured Fergus McFadden on the wing.