England forward Ben Westwood says Warrington will relish the chance to atone for their recent crushing Super League defeat by Catalan Dragons after being handed a tricky Carnegie Challenge Cup tie against the French side.
The Wolves suffered their heaviest defeat for three years when they went down 44-16 in Perpignan on Easter Monday, which ruined their previous impressive away record against the Dragons.
They were out of luck in yesterday's quarter-final draw when they were handed another visit to the south of France but Westwood says the assignment holds no fears.
"It is always tricky to go over there but it is something we will be looking forward to," he said.
"The last time we went there we didn't really perform like we wanted to but I am sure we will be looking to put that right this time.
"We had a great win there last year. Catalan were playing really well at the time and we had a couple of bodies missing but we put in a great performance to come away with a good win.
"We will be looking to do that this time around."
Warrington's tie has been pencilled in for Sunday, May 13, but will only be confirmed after arrangements are finalised for the blockbusting Wigan-St Helens quarter-final.
The BBC have first pick over Sky for their two live matches and want to show Wigan on the Saturday and Catalan 24 hours later.
The Warriors, the holders and 5-2 favourites, were first out of the hat but may not be able to play at the DW Stadium because Wigan Athletic are at home the following day and normally seek to keep the pitch free for 24 hours beforehand.
If talks between ground owner Dave Whelan and Wigan chairman Ian Lenagan fail to resolve the impasse, the Warriors may be forced to switch to a neutral venue, as they did in 2008 when they moved a Super League play-off to Widnes.
Leigh Sports Village would also be a potential venue but it is complicated by the fact that Leigh have a home quarter-final against Leeds.
In the other tie, Huddersfield will have home advantage against London Broncos.