Leeds Rhinos prop Jamie Peacock is determined to reach another Grand Final so he can fulfil his wish of playing in one last World Club Challenge.
The 36-year-old plans to hang up his boots at the end of next season and is eager to have one last crack at the Aussies before he bows out.
“You don’t get tired of playing in big games and winning,” the former England and Great Britain international told Sky Sports.
“That’s probably why I’ve played so long, we’ve been so successful at Leeds and played in so many big games. It’s my favourite part of the job and I’m looking forward to the next four weeks and hopefully getting back to the Grand Final.
“I want another crack at playing in the World Club Challenge and we’ve got to get to the Grand Final to do that. It’s a real goal of mine.
“I know we’ve got to do it the tough way from sixth. We’ve got experience of doing it before but that doesn’t mean we’ll take anything for granted. We know we’re going to have to work hard as a team.
“I think it’s exciting because genuinely I think anyone has got a chance of winning it. If you look at all the play-off games, they’re all hard to call and that’s the first time we’ve had that.
“And whoever wins, the following week’s games will all be difficult to call.”