Atkins will be facing his hometown club and he admits it will add extra spice to the tie, “It’s always a dream to play at Wembley but it’s going to be extra special because it’s against Leeds.
“I consider myself a Leeds United supporter but also followed the Rhinos when I was growing up and most of my family follow the club.
“They will all be at Wembley to cheer me on,” admitted the 24-year-old who signed for the Wolves last September from Wakefield.
Atkins has ensured his close family will be firmly behind the Wolves by giving them all a Warrington shirt.
“I don’t want them to be supporting the Rhinos at Wembley so I thought it would be a good idea to get them all kitted out in Warrington colours.
“There will be no conflict of interests but I will be checking on the day to see that they are wearing them!” he added.