George Williams targeting unprecedented clean sweep of four trophies at Wigan
The Warriors' 22-6 win in Sunday's World Club Challenge gave them a record-breaking fourth title and completed a 2-0 series success for the Super League after Warrington beat Brisbane 27-18 on Saturday.
Williams' man-of-the-match display was fuelled by memories of Wigan's first World Club Challenge win over Manly in 1987, a match in which current head coach Shaun Wane played.
But the homegrown 22-year-old is now eyeing further silverware with the Challenge Cup, League Leaders' Shield and Super League title still all up for grabs in 2017.
Williams said: "It's a dream come true. Last week we watched some footage of the old finals and heard from those players who were involved in 1987 and what it meant to them.
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"Now we've got our own story to tell, so it's incredible and is something we can look back on in 10 or 15 years and be really proud of.
"It was a team effort and something that puts us in good stead for the season now.
"Our aim was always to win all four trophies because Waney is a tough taskmaster and we have a hungry team.
"I know it's a tough ask, but I don't see why we wouldn't be capable of it if we showed the grit that we showed to win on Sunday."
The series, expanded in 2015 from a one-off World Club Challenge into a six-team tournament, was scaled back this season after a lack of interest from NRL clubs.
But RFL chief executive Nigel Wood believes this year's 2-0 series win for Super League has given the competition renewed momentum.
Wood said: "We've already had conversations with our colleagues at the NRL and we'll have more this week to see what we can do for 2018 to give it the appropriate positioning in the calendar."
Meanwhile, St Helens have completed a deal with Gold Coast Titans that will see second-rower Joe Greenwood move to the NRL in exchange for former Catalans forward Zeb Taia.