Putting five tries past Harlequins as they hosted the Londoners yesterday, Saints secured their place in the Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-finals but will have to wait until the end of this weekend's other games to learn their opposition.
Double try-scorer Ken Pisi was pleased with his side's performance but said that the ultimate goal was to earn the top prize and some silverware.
"We're stoked," Pisi commented simply about reaching the semi-final stage with his teammates yesterday.
"The boys have been training hard and playing well in the competition and we might as well go for that top prize."
Speaking on his own form after scoring five tries in as many games, the Saints wing said he was simply enjoying his rugby and that the scores were a welcome bonus.
"It's been good. I'm stoked to be back in the starting line-up and just playing with the brothers. I've been scoring some tries, some team tries, which is always good."
Looking ahead to the knock-out rounds, Saints will have to wait until the other results from this weekend are in to learn of their opposition but Pisi said that whoever the side faces, they'll by up for the challenge.
"We were up for it. We knew how important this was and it just shows that from the squad we put out. We've taken a lot of confidence from the previous games in this competition and we are just up for continuing that in the semi-finals."
Watch the rest of Pisi's interview here...