Riley like a kid at Christmas
Warrington winger Chris Riley admits it will be like "waking up on Christmas morning" when he rises for Saturday's Challenge Cup final.
Warrington reached their third Challenge Cup final in four years when they beat Huddersfield Giants 33-6 in the semi-finals on July 15. They will take on Leeds Rhinos at Wembley, appearing in their third-successive final.
Wire eased past the Rhinos in 2010 to lift their second cup in as many years and are highly fancied to emerge victorious this weekend.
Riley says Warrington is gripped by cup fever and he has spoken of his desire to taste success again at the famous old venue.
"Walking down to the local shop the other day and seeing houses with flags out and banners and posters, helps you realise how much it does mean to the town. To get to another final and give myself another chance to win some silverware means a lot to me and to be able to share that with my family and friends too," he told the club's official website.
"It's like a kid waking up on Christmas morning, you want to be in big finals and this is one of the biggest you can be in. The history of the Challenge Cup is massive as are the people who have lifted that famous trophy so to be a part of that again is something I'm relishing."