JACKSON Wray is keen to make history with Saracens this weekend.

The former King John School pupil has already helped Saracens win the European Champions Cup this season.

And the 28-year-old is now determined to help Saracens triumph in tomorrow’s Premiership final with Exeter as they bid to become the first club to win two doubles.

“Another double would be fantastic and we’re aware of the fact it would see us make history if we win as well which would be great,” said Wray.

“It’s been another tough season full of ups and downs but we’ve made it to another final.

“We’ve prepared well again but we know Exeter are a very good team as well so this is going to be a difficult game.

“However, it’s one we’re looking forward to.”

Wray - who has lined up more than 200 times for Saracens - has won four Premiership finals with the club as well as two European titles.

But the back row’s first team was closer to home as he lined up for Westcliff in his youth.

And Wray was delighted to see his former side win promotion from the London & SE Premier Division last season.

“Westcliff is a really good club and I was so happy to see them go up,” said Wray.

“I know a few of the lads who still play for them and they’re a club who bring through their own homegrown players, which is great.

“It will be exciting to see how they get on playing at a higher level but I wish everyone there all the best and I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on how they do.”

But, for now, Wray will be focusing on his own final, which is a repeat of last year’s contest.

Saracens won 27-10 that afternoon but director of rugby Mark McCall knows his side must improve on their semi-final victory against Gloucester if they are to triumph.

“We need to be better,” said McCall.

“The semi-final was almost perfect because we won comfortably and scored some good tries but it was still a frustrated changing room afterwards.

“If we want to get the result that we want then we need to play better in the final.

“The players understand that too.”