Heineken Cup: Dai Young says Wasps will go all out for victory at Stade Francais
Wasps coach Dai Young says his team will "leave nothing in the dressing room" at Stade Francais on Saturday.
Last Updated: 23/05/14 5:44pm
Wasps head to the Stade Jean-Bouin in Paris for the second leg with the narrowest of advantages from last weekend's meeting when they won a thriller 30-29.
The winners will take the 20th and final place in the successor to the Heineken Cup, the European Rugby Champions Cup, next season.
Young insists Wasps have the desire and mentality to achieve what would be an upset in the French capital.
"It's been a short turn around and that can be a mental thing, but if you can't get up for these types of games and if you can't carry some bumps and bruises, you ask questions," the director of rugby said.
"But I never have to ask questions about this group because they want it just as much as anyone else.
"I've had to look after them this week and we haven't changed much.
"We caused Stade lots of problems in the first game. A one-point win out there will be enough.
"It's a big challenge, but one we're looking forward to and we'll leave nothing in the dressing room."