DAI Young lauded his players after Wasps knocked Gloucester out of the Amlin Challenge Cup with a 36-24 win at Adams Park tonight, but has warned of greater hurdles to come.
He said: "I was really pleased with that performance. I thought we showed real intensity and urgency in everything we did.
"I thought we were in control for most of the game, although obviously that yellow card really hurt us. They came back and got 14 points.
"But I was really impressed how we came back. We pulled ourselves together, we didn't panic and wewent back down there and got some more points.
"It's just one hurdle and we know what is front of us, Bath at home. It is a massive game for us and they really tidied us up last time they were here so we are under no illusions how big that task will be.
"It is one hurdle at a time, but we would certainly like to go at least another step."