COACH Justin Holbrook says any emotions around Saturday’s Grand Final being his last game in charge of the Saints can wait until after the final hooter.

Having guided the club to an unprecedented 16-point margin at the Super League summit, the players have to deliver one more time to be crowned champions for the first time since 2014.

Holbrook, who leaves for NRL side Gold Coast Titans, has transformed Saints during his two-and-a-half year stay - but all of that good work needs to be sealed with silver.

Holbrook said: “I am not caring about my emotions, I am focusing on this game.

“It is another game, but obviously it is a Grand Final.

“It is important that we just worry about how we want to play and not about any emotion from me or anyone else.

“That is for after the game and if we are good enough to win then I don’t care if I keep my emotions intact.

“I am an emotional guy so I don’t mind if it all comes out.

“I am just worried about getting it right before the game and watching the boys play well.

“We will be doing our absolute best to bring the trophy back to our town.”

Although Saints start as favourites, they are not underestimating a team led around by Steve Prescott Man of Steel Jackson Hastings, behind a battle-hardened, industrious pack.

“Salford’s display at the DW on Friday was quality.

“They have real balance across the park and work hard for each other.

“In Gil Dudson and Lee Mossop they have an experienced front row who know how to play and Josh Jones has been having a phenomenal season.

“In the outside backs they have Ken Sio and Krisnan Inu, experienced NRL players.

“They are playing well as a team - so we have to raise our game.”

“A lot of neutrals will be rooting for Salford and I am fine with that.

“On the flip side I get to work with these boys every week. We know what we want to achieve and we want to win on Saturday as much as them.

“It is shaping up for a great game and it has been a great season. One more good game would do it justice.”

Saints will select a similar side to the one that won the semi, with the last sub spot between Aaron Smith, James Bentley and Joseph Paulo.