Joel Monaghan is desperate to emulate the Challenge Cup achievements of his brother Michael.
Monaghan watched on television from back home in Australia as older brother Michael lifted the trophy in back-to-back seasons with Warrington.
Now the former Canberra winger, who joined the Wolves himself in 2011, is hoping to keep alive his chances of reaching the final when his side travel to the Catalan Dragons in Sunday's quarter-final in Perpignan.
"Mick's medals are sitting at home," he said. "I get to walk past them every day and I'd love to add to them.
"In fact, the majority of the team have been there and done that so it's something I really want to do."
Warrington face a tricky hurdle at Stade Gilbert Brutus, where the Dragons are unbeaten this year and where they inflicted a 44-16 Super League defeat on Tony Smith's men on Easter Monday.
That crushing defeat, which denied the Wolves a chance to return to the top of the table, will give them extra incentive as they seek to book their place in the semi-final draw, which will be made immediately after the tie in France.
"It's a tough draw and a tough trip," said Monaghan.
"They embarrassed us the other week and we'd love to fix some things up that went wrong last time.
"We didn't handle it very well. A lot of us made uncharacteristic errors and across the board we were pretty poor.
"It was a pretty disappointing feeling after that game, probably one of the worst since I've been at this club, to be embarrassed like that.
"Since then, though, we've made some strides forward and we don't intend to take any backward steps.
"Around the area here, they're mad about the Challenge Cup and it would good to be part of it, although we can't get caught looking too far ahead."