LEVY Nzoungou has spoken of his Challenge Cup dreams ahead of tomorrow’s fourth round clash with Underbank Rangers, insisting Bradford supporters will see the best of him in the coming weeks and months.

The powerful front-row forward arrived prior to the start of the 2020 campaign from Albi Tigers and has featured in both Championship fixtures so far this term.

The 22-year-old Congo-born star boasts Super League experience, courtesy of spells with Hull FC and Salford Red Devils.

But he has never played a game in the sport’s most prestigious competition, and is targeting further improvement at the Tetley’s Stadium this weekend.

“This will be my first Challenge Cup appearance. I was 19th man for Salford against Leigh but I didn’t play, so I am looking forward to Sunday,” said Nzoungou ahead of the clash

“We have had two massive games already and it is important for us to keep doing what we have been doing. We need the win and we will do everything we can to get it.

“When I was at Hull, I saw the Bradford-Leeds game last year and I loved it, so hopefully we can have another cup run. Aim high while we are still in it.

“I have never been to Wembley so it would be a dream for me. I am loving my time at Bradford and hopefully we end up there.

“To be involved with every game is very important for me to improve my confidence. I enjoy playing and I feel like I am back on track, getting better and better.”