We asked fans to pick their favourite achievement from Shaun Wane’s time as Wigan coach – here is how they voted...
1. 2013 Grand Final: Wigan roared back from 16-2 down to send Pat Richards off with a 30-16 triumph in the decider.
2. 2017 World Club Challenge: Joe Burgess’s hat-trick fired Wigan to a 22-6 win against Cronulla to win Wigan’s record fourth WCC title, and first since 1994.
3. 2016 Grand Final: An injury-ravaged season finished with Wigan beating Warrington 12-6 at Old Trafford for the Super League title.
4. 2018 Grand Final: The Warriors boss bowed out of his hometown club with an emotionally-charged 12-4 victory over Warrington.
5. Great Good Fridays: Home or away, Wane won six of his seven Good Friday derbies until this year - an incredible feat.
6. 2013 Challenge Cup Final: Wane’s only Wembley victory in his seven years as head coach - a 16-0 win against Hull FC.
7. Super-8s run: Wigan became the first - and given the concept’s scrapping, the only - team to win all seven of their Super-8s matches.
8. 2012 League leaders’ shield: Wigan finished in No.1 spot after a blazing campaign which included a 50-8 victory at Headingley.
9. Magical Magic Weekends: Wane was unbeaten in seven ‘on the road’ Magic Weekend showdowns, winning six and drawing one.
10. Record away days: Incredibly, Wane enjoyed 84-6 wins on successive Easter Mondays (‘13 v Hull KR, ‘14 v Bradford) - record league wins for the club.