Quins boss keeps focus
After their strong start in the Heineken Cup this season, Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea is not settling for complacency in his ranks.
The Aviva Premiership champions managed to record a 30-22 victory on the road against Connacht on Saturday, to make it two wins from two in Europe. Harlequins are now sitting pretty at the top of Pool 3, which also includes French outfit Biarritz and Italian side Zebre. The strong start in the Heineken Cup has pleased O'Shea but the Irishman is fully aware there is still plenty of work to do if they want to qualify for the knockout stages. He said: "We are very comfortable to have nine points [after our first two pool matches]. To have denied both Biarritz and Connacht a losing bonus point is a huge thing. "We have put ourselves in a very good position, but if we mess around and don't come with our 'game heads' on, any team can do a job and we want to do a job in six or eight weeks' time [against Zebre]."