Maidenhead are champions of South West 1 East, but this is not the extent of their ambition.
Having overcome Reading Abbey 38-19 at Rose Hill on Saturday to win the title, Maids have already started to plan ahead for life in National 3 South West.
Maids have twice reached this level in the past decade but have been relegated at the first attempt, having failed to adjust to the power of a more semi-professional standard.
On this occasion they are hoping it will be third time lucky. Indeed, mere survival is not their focus; they have loftier aims.
"We are not looking at this (winning the title) as an achievement.
This is a first step of what we really want to do," said head coach Russell Bolton.
"I want us to be a mid-table team in Nat 3.
"I know there's talk about avoiding relegation but I know we are good enough.
"We are already looking at recruitment in the areas we need strengthening.
"We've got ambitions far beyond achieving this. We want to be an established National 3 club and the people we have involved will allow us to do that, but we'll have to work hard to try to make that a reality."
He added: "There's a lot of things we want to do but we are well aware of the big jump up in standard.
"But we have players who have played at that level before, we have more strength in depth in the club and have more players training than ever before.
"We have good people putting plans in place now."