Speaking to BBC Radio Leeds, the Frenchman said: “I feel excited for the team because it could be a game you might never play again in your life.

“It is going to be crazy for the team and for the club.

“Wembley is one of the best stages so you have to enjoy it. It is very exciting for every player to play there. Everybody knows Wembley.

“We have tried to train good and tactically find a way to play better. It is important to be fresh because it is our last game.

“We have to do everything to be ready. That comes down to nutrition and sleep too.

“It could be the best game for my family and for them to watch me is special. They do not come [to watch] often so it will be nice.”

“Just with Latrell. I’ve stood next to him in some big games, two grand finals. Whether he’s in form, out of form, playing fullback, in, out, whatever people are gonna say about him. If he lines up in an Origin game I can guarantee you the blokes standing across from him and next to him, he puts belief in the people around him.

“He can come up with massive plays at different times and he’ll turn up.

“Whether, whatever mindset he’s in. He’ll turn up for New South Wales.”

Rugby league legend Mal Meninga agreed with Keary and says Mitchell seems in the right mindset and form to make a huge impact if called upon by the Blues.

“They talk about Latrell’s effort levels I thought he was in the game for the whole 80 tonight. He made a real difference,” Meninga said.

“He’s in a happy mood playing good footy. I think a buoyant, confident Latrell in the NSW side would be a good addition.

“I agree with Luke. My own personal opinion I think he’s one of the best centres to play the game.

“If he plays left centre, obviously he’s dangerous with the football when given the room to move. He’s got great skills as well.

“One of his best assets is his decision making defensively. I think he’s a very good decision maker in defence. As shown by his try savers today. If he’s there, he’s dangerous.”

A couple of other contenders for the Blues’ centre spot also flexed their muscles on Saturday night.

Sharks star Jesse Ramien proved a handful against the Broncos, recording 167 running metres, while Brisbane outside back Kotoni Staggs was damaging with ball in hand at times, posting five tackle busts.