Wasps captain James Haskell has urged his side to improve their away form following Sunday's win over Bath.
Haskell and his teammates made it three wins from three at Adams Park yesterday as they earned a 29-22 triumph over the West-Country outfit.
However, with three consecutive defeats coming on the road since the start of the season, the flanker is aware that Wasps need to be more consistent.
"We were under no illusions because Bath are a top side but at home we are digging deep and pulling out some good performances and playing to our potential," he is quoted as saying by Premiershiprugby.com. "We've got to take that onto the road now, but credit to the guys (for the win).
"We now face Leinster away in Europe and a lot of these boys haven't experienced European rugby before, but I'm sure they'll enjoy and hopefully we'll come away with a win."
Wasps travel to Leinster in the European Champions Cup this Sunday.