Monaghan wants to follow in family footsteps
Warrington winger Joel Monaghan says he is desperate to match the Challenge Cup exploits of older brother Michael.
The wing was an avid spectator when his sibling was part of the Wolves side that won back-to-back Challenge Cups in 2009 and 2010 and now he wants to emulate that success.
The 30-year-old joined the Cheshire club in 2011 and has impressed, scoring an incredible 36 tries in 41 appearances in all competitions.
Tony Smith's men are still in with a shout of winning this season's Challenge Cup but face a tricky test when they travel to the south of France to play the Catalans Dragons in the quarter-finals on Sunday.
However, Monaghan says he will be inspired going into the game and that his desire to emulate brother's achievements will spur him on to success.
"Mick's medals are sitting at home," he said. "I get to walk past them every day and I'd love to add to them.
"In fact, the majority of the team have been there and done that so it's something I really want to do."