Warrington want first Super League final - Richie Myler

Warrington's Adrian Morley (l) lifts the 2012 Challenge Cup

Richie Myler says Warrington Wolves want to follow up their Challenge Cup win by reaching a first ever Super League Grand Final in October.

St Helens were the last team to achieve the "double" in 2006.

And Myler told BBC Sport that the strength of the Warrington squad, currently second in the table, makes it a possiblility for Tony Smith's side.

"There are others who didn't play at Wembley who deserve the shirt just as much as I did," said the scrum-half.

"Hopefully we can kick on from this now into the play-offs and get to another final."

at Wembley was particularly special for Myler, who missed out on selection for the 2010 final.

"Two years ago was a low point for me," he added. "Everybody gets setbacks in their career and that was mine. That was my learning curve.

"As a squad player, you're still part of it, but this time I've come out on the right side and it just makes this all the sweeter now.

"I was a bit nervous after the London game, but it was great when Tony Smith told me I was playing. I was over the moon.

"I was overcome with emotion at the end. The game all seems a blur and then at the end you get to lift the trophy."

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