Huddersfield Giants centre Leroy Cudjoe is dreaming about a second Carnegie Challenge Cup final appearance with the club.
Cudjoe was part of the team that reached the 2009 final, only to suffer a 25-15 defeat to the Warrington Wolves at Wembley.
The Giants are now one game away from a Wembley return after toppling the London Broncos, although the Wolves stand in their way once more after being paired together in the semi-finals.
However, Cudjoe is not looking too far ahead, stating Nathan Brown's side can ill afford to take their eyes from their league form with big games on the horizon.
"Winning the Challenge Cup is something you always dream about, and we're now a step closer to living that dream," he told the Huddersfield Examiner.
"I'll never forget the 2009 Wembley final. It was a day I'll never forget, it was amazing. But if you do manage to get there, the aim would obviously to bring the Cup back home with us this time.
"And with the way this season has gone we know we can do it. Having said that, we can't afford to think too far ahead just yet.
"Before we play Warrington in the Cup, we've got some massive games in Super League, starting with Wigan at the Galpharm on Friday night.
"Hopefully, we can back up the Cup win with an even better display against Wigan and then make sure we hit top form heading into the semi-final. That's vital."