Shaun Wane expects to clinch his first silverware as Wigan head coach when the Warriors take on Hull KR at Craven Park on Sunday.
Wigan need one win from their last two matches to secure the Super League leaders shield for the second time in three years. And Wane, who was assistant to Michael Maguire in their 2010 triumph, has made no secret over how much it would mean to him.
"The league leaders shield is important to us and this is one game we really want to get over the line and get the two points," he said. "Being the most consistent team over the year is really important to me. Our points difference record is fantastic and, if we perform how we have trained this week, we will be okay for Sunday."
If successful on Sunday, the Warriors will be presented with the trophy after next Friday's last game of the regular season against St Helens at the DW Stadium, otherwise that match will help determine top spot.
Hull KR have not given up hope of snatching the eighth play-off spot but they have won just one of their last eight matches and are without influential stand-off Blake Green, who is expected to join Wigan next season as the replacement for fellow Australian Brett Finch.
Warrington, who are three points behind Wigan, can expect a heroes' return to the Halliwell Jones Stadium when they play Huddersfield, a week after their Challenge Cup final triumph.
The Giants need one more win to make sure of their place in the play-offs for the fifth consecutive year and new coach Paul Anderson says they are determined to ruin the Wolves' party.
"Hopefully it will be a full stadium because they will be bringing the trophy home and we want to enjoy that atmosphere and use it to go out and perform," he said.
Huddersfield have won three of their last 12 league games and lost 33-6 to Warrington in the cup semi-final but Wolves coach Tony Smith believes his old club remain a dangerous threat.
"We understand that the Giants are a team that have gone through a lot of change," he said. "They are a tough team with some terrific players which makes for a very dangerous fixture for us."