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Chris Heighington is one of several Sharks looking forward to taking on his old club the Wests Tigers.

Star players from across the competition have told which games they are most looking forward to in the 2014 season.

From recent grudge matches like Parramatta v Canberra to the long-standing rivalry between the Roosters and Rabbitohs, next season will produce a string of intriguing battles.

Will the growing number of ex-Wests Tigers stars now at Cronulla prevail against their former club? Will the Dragons finally crack their Canberra hoodoo? Will the Cowboys and Titans silence Queensland rivals Brisbane?

We talked to representatives from 15 of the 16 NRL clubs, who named the game or games they can't wait for next season. For the players' view of 2014's biggest clashes, check out the links below.

The game I circle: Ben Creagh (Dragons)

The game I circle: Chris Heighington (Sharks)

The game I circle: Curtis Sironen (Wests Tigers)

The game I circle: Feleti Mateo (Warriors)

The game I circle: Jarrod Croker (Raiders)

The game I circle: Kevin Kingston (Panthers)

The game I circle: Luke Bailey (Titans)

The game I circle: Ryan Hinchcliffe (Storm)

The game I circle: Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Roosters)

The game I circle: Tim Mannah (Eels)

The game I circle: Alex McKinnon (Knights)

The game I circle: Gavin Cooper (Cowboys)

The game I circle: Matt Gillett (Broncos)

The game I circle: Aiden Tolman (Bulldogs)

The game I circle: David Penna (Sea Eagles assistant coach)

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