LEEDS, ENGLAND - AUGUST 07: Chris Sandow of Warrington Wolves kicks the ball into play in the second half of the Round 1 match of the First Utility Super League Super 8s between Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on August 7, 2015 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Daniel Smith/Getty Images)

Chris Sandow has dismissed talk of an early NRL return as he fixed his sights on Challenge Cup glory at Wembley.

The Warrington star was immense on Saturday as Tony Smith’s side destroyed Wakefield 56-12 at Leigh to book a final date with Hull FC on August 27.

Twelve months ago, the goalkicking half-back made a high-profile exit from NRL side Parramatta following a fall-out with the Eels coach Brad Arthur. He joined Warrington and intends to honour a contract which runs until the end of next season.

Sandow said: “Warrington gave me an opportunity to come over here and enjoy my footie, so I’m paying them back as much as I can. You can tell that in how I am celebrating with the boys when they score.”

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