Hull FC half-back Marc Sneyd has admitted a return to Wembley would be great for both the club and himself: as he looks to put some things right from the heartache of two years ago.
Sneyd was in the Castleford team which made it to Wembley against all the odds in 2014, before slipping up in the final to Leeds Rhinos.
And the scrum-half insists that from a personal point of view, getting to the national stadium and the Challenge Cup final once again, this time with Hull, would give him the chance to go one better in the cup.
“The Challenge Cup is held in high regard and for us to get back to Wembley would be amazing,” he told the Hull Daily Mail.
“On a bit of a personal one, last time I went there it wasn’t a very good experience, so I’d love to get back there and right a few wrongs. Hopefully I can walk away with a better medal.
“It was a difficult day for me but it’s one of those things in sport you’ve got to deal with it and move on. We’ve still got a big step to take before we can dream of Wembley though.”