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Young Sharks hooker Jayden Brailey says a chance to play in the World Club Challenge is a goal he's always hoped to achieve.

Though yet to make his NRL debut, the 2016 NYC Player of the Year will look to earn a place in Coach Flanagan's side as the Sharks vie for the title of 'World Champions' on February 19.

"I've watched [the World Club Challenge] as a young kid, where I got up in the early morning to see the games," Brailey said.

"But to be actually playing in the game, a World Club Challenge, it's pretty crazy, I'm so excited for it."

See the full interview with Brailey, now playing on Sharks TV.

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