Ireland international Tommy Gallagher is hoping to enjoy two Carnegie Challenge Cup wins from this weekend's quarter-finals.
Gallagher, 28, is a part-time player with Championship club Leigh who works during the day for Wigan as a community coach.
So on Friday night the former Leeds academy forward is set to line up for the Centurions against his old club at Leigh Sports Village before heading to Wigan on Saturday for the holders' blockbusting tie with St Helens.
"It is a busy week," he said.
"During the day, everyone is asking about the Saints game and then I'm training on a night with Leigh and we are all focused on Leeds.
"I still know a lot of the lads at Leeds. It is obviously going to be tough but I played against them back in 2005 for Toulouse in a Challenge Cup semi-final and we were massive underdogs that day and gave them a really good test.
"I also played in a semi-final with Hull KR and it is who performs best on the day in the cup that matters.
"Hopefully we will get our biggest crowd of the season at Leigh Sports Village and that will inspire us to try that bit harder."
Gallagher, who was in the side that pipped Halifax 19-18 in the last round, sat out Sunday's league win at Sheffield but is hoping to return to face the Super League champions.
"We have got nothing to lose on Friday," he said.
"We can beat anyone on our day in the Championship but this will be a chance see where we are at.
"Our confidence is high from the Halifax game. To win it with a golden point was pretty special. It was the first time I had played in a game when that had happened and there was a great feeling between all the lads. That will set us in good stead for Friday."