ROSS Harrison says Sale Sharks are ready to launch a spring offensive as the Premiership campaign approaches its business end.

The Sharks had a weekend without action last week, having signed off a tough batch of four straight league encounters with a stunning 34-25 success at Northampton Saints.

And loose-head prop Harrison, who reaffirmed his long-term commitment to the club last week by signing a new four-year contract, says all the focus is now trained on replicating that performance when Worcester Warriors visit the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday.

"I think everyone saw the brand of rugby that we are trying to play here," Harrison told the club's website.

"It was another big part of us growing as a team and as individuals and it was really satisfying to win in the manner we did.

"We are straight back into it at home to Worcester, which will be another huge game for us.

"Of the five games we have left this season three are at home which we need to win and everyone's focus now is trained on Worcester.

"They have achieved some good results this season so over the next few weeks we need to try and make some more gains in training and look to progress going into that game.

"The coaches have provided us with the tools we need and it's down to the players to execute them and when we pull off everything to such a high standard, as we did at Northampton, we are going to score tries."

As well as Harrison, Denny Solomona recently penned a four-year deal with Sharks.

Sam James did likewise after Harrison last week while England hooker Rob Webber agreed a two-year contract extension.