O'Driscoll hoping to create 'dynasty'
Brian O'Driscoll says Leinster want to create "a dynasty" after they secured another Heineken Cup triumph on Saturday.
O'Driscoll's side overwhelmed Ulster 42-14 at Twickenham to claim their third Heineken Cup in four years. The 33-year-old, who played in the clash despite minor knee surgery earlier this month, says Leinster now want to go on and dominate rugby and enjoy even more success. "After we won the first we talked about not being content with that," he said. "We're now trying to create some kind of dynasty and something to be remembered." O'Driscoll added: "We're going in the right direction towards doing that. I know this team, they'll be hungry for more." "For the important part, the hard graft, people like Eoin O'Malley, sitting at home today having had his cruciate done yesterday, had a huge involvement." Leinster can add to their Heineken Cup victory quickly as they face Ospreys in the Pro12 final in Dublin next weekend.