JUBILANT Leigh Leopards owner Derek Beaumont has already seen one dream come true.

Now, he’s wondering if the Betfred Challenge Cup winners can achieve another mission impossible.

The club’s Wembley heroes return to Super League action on Saturday against table topping Catalans Dragons (kick-off 3pm).

They will do so in fourth place, only points difference separating them from second placed Wigan, but two wins behind Steve McNamara’s consistent competition front runners.

Adrian Lam’s side has six games left of the regular season, four at the Leigh Sports Village.

Victory over the Dragons-after two earlier season defeats-will keep the possibility of winning the League Leaders’ Shield very much alive.

“They (Catalans) go to Wigan next and then it’s the Leopards Den for the last game of the season against Wigan,” said Mr Beaumont.

“They (Warriors) have beaten us twice like Salford who we got third time. Maybe that game could end up where the Shield is dealt with?

“I don’t know but that would be a great dream. This (winning at Wembley) was a dream and we pulled it off.

“You can achieve anything if you work hard, keep believing, keep dreaming it and keep wanting it.

“If you keep telling yourself you are going to do it, eventually you can get there. It might seem impossible but even if it is, you never lose until you give up trying.

“And if you don’t give up trying, you die trying. So, you never lose.”

Mr Beaumont described Leigh’s triumph as one of the greatest moments of his life.

“I can’t say that it is (the greatest) because I have got three amazing kids who mean the world to me. And I have got a fantastic wife.

“But outside of that-without a shadow of a doubt- by a long way.

“You could give me a winning lottery ticket for £5 million on it and I would not trade it in for this.”

However, the Leopards owner is hopeful the club’s amazing rise to prominence has a spin off for the town.

“All towns struggle with their town centres nowadays,” he admitted. “Everything is moving out to the suburbs and the outlet malls.

“Ours is one of those I don’t want to see it die. We are a town of 45- 50,000 and the rugby club is our identity.

“It is massively important because it raises our profile significantly in all aspects. And it will drive traffic.

“The rugby club getting bigger crowds will bring more people to the pubs and restaurants.. So, it is massive on the economic spectrum.”

Lam has resisted temptation to make wholesale changes all season but could freshen up his team for the Dragons’ visit.

Oliver Gildart, unable to play at Wembley, is set to return after his debut at Leeds Rhinos.

Joe Wardle, the unlucky 18th man in the final, could come back into contention with versatile Tom Nisbet chomping at the bit for more game time.