Myler kicked two conversions and three penalties against Ulster
Northampton Saints' Stephen Myler has thanked fans for their support in the 23-13 Heineken Cup win over Ulster.
Saints' quarter-final match was held at stadium:mk, as home ground Franklin's Gardens falls below the 15,000 capacity required by the tournament organisers.
Myler told BBC Radio Northampton: "The support was exceptional. They made it feel like a home game.
"Having played here now and experienced that atmosphere, we're very much looking forward to coming back."
Myler scored 13 points in the
in the victory,
taking them into the semi-finals next month.
"We're one game away from the Millennium Stadium, but we're back into the Premiership now, with three crucial games and we're still in the hunt for a play-off position," added Myler.
Saints will play Perpignan,
who beat Toulon 29-25,
at stadium:mk on Sunday, 1 May.