Gethin Jenkins, who already has the rare honour of being captain of an Amlin Challenge Cup winning side, is out to try and add a Heineken Cup winners' medal to his vast collection of awards.
Jenkins led Cardiff Blues to European glory in 2010 - ironically against the team he now hopes to help being crowned champions of Europe when Toulon clash with ASM Clermont Auvergne in the 18th Heineken Cup final at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
The Wales and British & Irish Lions prop forward broke Toulon hearts when he led from the front as the Welsh club triumphed 28-21 in Marseille, Toulon then going down in a second tournament final when they lost to Biarritz Olympique 12 months ago.
"It is a big month for me," said Jenkins, who has won 98 Welsh caps and is set for a third Lions tour.
"I have been involved in the Heineken Cup for 10 or 11 years and I am lucky to have come into a team who have reached the final."
Jenkins, who has appeared in 56 Heineken Cup contests and 75 European matches overall, will return to Cardiff Blues in the summer but would love to end his one season with Toulon a winner.
But Raphael Ibanez, a fellow front row forward and a try-scoring winner with London Wasps in 2007, believes the all-French affair is to close to call.
"This final will be fantastic - especially since it will take place in Dublin, under the eyes of the players of the Leinster who dominated this competition for several years," said the former French captain and hooker.
"It will be very interesting to follow events this week with what will be a game of chess in the tactical approaches between Bernard Laporte and Vern Cotter.
"But it really is impossible to forecast who will be European champions on Saturday."
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