JACK Hughes says he is "in love" with Warrington Wolves and wants to be able to reflect on being "part of history" with the club.

The second-rower will line up in primrose and blue on Saturday against hometown club Wigan at Old Trafford, and he and his teammates will aim to deliver a first ever Super League title to The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Warrington have not won a league title of any kind since 1955, but Hughes is one of only two players in the Wire squad – Josh Charnley being the other – to have won a Grand Final.

He was part of the Wigan team that beat Wolves in the 2013 showpiece and he says they are memories he will never forget.

However, he says he no longer puts an extra significance on facing Wigan, in whatever context.

"It’s one of the best feelings you can have. To have that again with Warrington would be very special," he said about being part of a Grand Final-winning team.

"I’ll never forget winning with Wigan in 2013. They are special memories.

"You try to forget the losses pretty quickly, but the wins never leave you.

"Walking round the pitch after the game with the trophy, with the fans cheering you and waving their flags, is awesome.

"I left Wigan four or five years ago now. I’m past that and I’ve moved on from them.

"I’m in love with Warrington now.

"I only want to do my best for them and win trophies with them for a number of years.

"In 30 years’ time when I have retired and have my feet up, I want to be able to look back and say I was part of history."

Hughes scored The Wire's first try in their stunning 18-13 victory over St Helens in the semi-final.

The 26-year-old hailed it as their best performance on the season, but says they will have to do even better if they are to win on Saturday.

"At the start of the year, the goal is to get to this point at this club," he said.

"We believe this is the stage we should be on. We belong here.

"It gets more special every time because I know what it’s like out there. It gets you wanting more of it.

"Saints was one of, if not the best performance of the season in terms of grit, determination and character shown.

"We made it hard for ourselves with a bit of poor discipline, but the character we showed was immense and we need that on Saturday.

"We’ve got a lot of confidence, trust and belief in the group at the minute.That’s something you need at this time of year.

"We’ll be examining Wigan and figuring out how to expose them, but it’s more about us as a group and individuals."