The mantra will be one game at a time but the way this Ireland team is going - defensive frailties notwithstanding - Grand Slam is only going to get louder and louder.
Beat Scotland next weekend and Joe Schmidt's side know they will have virtually two hands on the Six Nations title.
But they will also be within 80 minutes of a first Grand Slam since 2009 when they step out onto the Twickenham turf to face England.
With those dreams starting to swirl during this break week, Brian O'Driscoll joined Nathan and Dave in studio to look ahead to the final two rounds of action as well as discussing the retirement of Jamie Heaslip and reviewing the pros and cons from Ireland's first three games.
On the Grand Slam talk, the former Ireland and Lions captain believes the team collectively will be thinking beyond just winning the Six Nations championship.
"It's set up magnificently for them now. You have to give respect to Scotland, the way they played against England last weekend but the big question about Scotland is can they do it away from home which is something that has proved elusive to them for the last number of years," he said, before discussing the Irish mindset.
"They're not thinking Championship, they're really not thinking Championship. They are thinking Slam. And they don't want to talk about it and all the questions being fielded - Joe Schmidt or anyone else that gets asked about - of course because you have to give the respect to Scotland as well that they do deserve particularly off the back of that performance against England. So if you do take an eye off that, you could become unstuck.
"But ultimately this team, the vast majority of them have two Championships and yes, the likes of Stockdale and the James Ryan that have come in [have not won one yet] but they have two Championships in '14 and '15 and what's eluded them is the Slam. That's all they're thinking about."
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