St Helens are on the precipice of history.
A record breaking fourth consecutive Super League title is beckoning them next week at Old Trafford.
It would break the record of three consecutive titles set by Leeds in 2009 and equalled by St Helens last year.
As fate would have it, it is Leeds who will look to deny them this feat as both sides look for a record setting 9th Grand Final win.
With such a feat beckoning his side, Kristian Woolf has spoken about what such an accomplishment would mean for his side’s place in Super League history:
“It would be outstanding. You can’t give it enough words. What I will say is, if there’s a group of men that deserve it, it’s this group of men.
“In my mind there’s no doubt that this is the most successful group in Super League history but now they’ve got the chance to go and cement that.”
So to Woolf his side are already the most successful in Super League history and perhaps the greatest, but Saturday represents a chance for them to cement their standing in Super League history.
Not one to talk about himself, Woolf could also become the first coach in history to win three Grand Finals in a row in his final game in charge of the Champions.
On his way to the Dolphins in 2023, Woolf spoke about what the fans have meant to him at St Helens:
“Outstanding, the fans here are great. The way they support the team, when the going got tough and they start singing songs that lifts everyone.
“I can’t thank the fans enough the way they’ve supported me and my family.”
But will he be able to bow out on a high? By this time next week we will know.