GLASGOW legend Fergus Wallace has produced a three-step plan to rugby heaven and a first-ever RaboDirect PRO12 title for Warriors.

Currently sitting top of the PRO12 pile, Gregor Townsend's men will start the final three-game countdown in their bid to land a crucial home play-off semi-final place at Scarlets on Friday night, with a home bow against defending champions Ospreys next and a finale at Connacht to follow.

And the respected former Glasgow captain says that defence, cutting edge in attack and discipline are the key areas that Toony's troops must get right if they are to turn a memorable season into a history-making one.

Wallace said: "I believe there are three key qualities that Glasgow must get right during the final three-game run-in if we want to make history and go all the way towards a first-ever league title.

"First of all, our defence must continue to be one of the toughest in the PRO12 to breach. Second, we have to keep demonstrating real cutting edge when we get the opportunities in attack and finally our discipline must be exemplary.

"Particularly in respect of the latter, if you concede foolish penalties you can shoot yourself in the foot and also risk having players in the sin bin when it matters most. Decision making also comes into it, but for me these are the three major requirements if we want to go all the way this season.

"Tick these three boxes and I think this Glasgow team can achieve what no other Glasgow team has done."

But Wallace admits the final three-game run-in is as tough as Glasgow could have got.

Wallace said: "You look at Scarlets and they beat us at Scotstoun in the second game of the season and then we have Ospreys, who are the defending champions before we go to Connacht.

"So it is going to be as tough as it comes, but if we are to do it, it would be great to say we did it the hard way."