TRIUMPHANT Huddersfield Giants coach Nathan Brown knows his side has the ability to reach a second Wembley Challenge Cup final in three years.
But he has already turned all his attentions back to Friday’s Super League top-of-the-table clash against Wigan at the Galpharm.
The Giants will face Warrington Wolves in the semi-final on the weekend of July 14-15 after their 50-14 home thrashing of London Broncos yesterday.
The last-four draw gives Brown’s men the chance of gaining the sweetest of revenge for their Cup final defeat at the hands of the Wolves in 2009.
But with the double-chasing Giants having some vital League games to play first, the Galpharm chief is refusing to give the Wembley dream much thought at this stage.
“It’s obviously exciting,” said Brown, who was informed of the draw five minutes from the end of the Broncos tie.
“Whoever you were going to draw in the semis, they were the top four or five sides. They are all very good teams.
“The thing is it’s nine weeks away now and you don’t know how different sides are going to be playing or who’s going to be fit.
“You’ve just got to revert back now and look to do well in the Premiership.
“We’ve got our name in the hat and that’s what it’s all about. We got the result we needed and the boys are 80 minutes away from trying to lift the trophy again.
“Personally, I don’t buy into this revenge thing with Warrington. I just want us to win.”