Ryan Hall is focused on the Leeds Rhinos' performance in Saturday's Challenge Cup semi-final against the Wigan Warriors, not who he might be lining up against.
The England winger could be marking international colleague Josh Charnley, although Wigan's top scorer is a doubt for the contest at the Galpharm Stadium due to a calf injury.
Hall is not breathing a sigh of relief that Charnley could miss out, stating whoever gets the nod from coach Shaun Wane will be giving their all to help Wigan progress.
"It's not crossed my mind as yet," Hall told Sky Sports on who he could line up against.
"I know whoever plays for Wigan on that wing will be just as eager to impress.
"There's so much pride in playing for your hometown club and it's semi-final as well.
"It doesn't matter who I'm going to be playing against because I know they will be a tough opponent.
"Our main focus has been about us."
Leeds have reached Wembley for the past two seasons, only to miss out on silverware following defeats to the Warrington Wolves and Wigan respectively.
Hall is keen to make amends for those failures, starting by seeing off Wigan on Saturday and setting up a final against either Warrington or Huddersfield.
Asked what reaching Wembley means to Hall, he replied: "It's massive. It's the first step to getting your hands on the trophy.
"We've achieved that for the past two years, but we haven't produced on the day.
"We know how to get there and hopefully we can go one better this time around."
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