Darrell Goulding's Wigan Warriors are aiming to do the town proud in today’s Challenge Cup final against Leeds Rhinos.
The Warriors face the Rhinos at the Galpharm Stadium in Huddersfield in a repeat of last year’s final which the Cherry and Whites won 28-18.
The 24-year-old says that back-to-back Wembley finals would be massive for the town.
Wigan Warriors won the Challenge Cup for the first time in nine years last August, beating Leeds Rhinos in the final at Wembley
“The Challenge Cup final is the biggest day in the rugby league calendar and it's massive for the town, not just the team,” he said
“It will make so many families and friends happy for Wigan to be there.”
The league leaders face a Rhinos side they comprehensively trounced 50-8 at Headingley in June.
“It's a massive game and to play Leeds, who have probably been the dominant force in Super League for a while, it's something that we're really looking forward to,” he said.
“It doesn't really matter where they are in the league. They've got players that have done everything internationally and won everything domestically.
“They've got experience of big games so there's no doubt that Leeds will be at their best this weekend.”
Prop Lee Mossop feels the experience of last year’s Wembley outing will be vital this afternoon.
Mossop added: “Just to be part of that experience last year made me more hungry. This year, we're no different.
“We want to win everything and that starts with the Challenge Cup.
“It's not as if there are just two or three people that want this. It's a squad of 25 that set out at the start of the year.
“They all want it and it's an easy job getting up for games like this.”