Penrith are so used to winning that they even managed to get sponsors for their premiership goggles.
And who can blame them, after their 28-12 NRL grand final win over Parramatta capped off three of the most dominant years in NRL history with back-to-back titles.
Donned in KFC-branded goggles and with premiership packs that included kilos of chicken and specially-labelled champagne, Panthers players spoke afterwards of a desire to be the dominant team of the modern era.
Already, they have a right to be in the discussion.
Penrith co-captains Nathan Cleary (middle left) and Isaah Yeo (middle right) present the Provan-Summons trophy to supporters
Supporters cheer on players following the Penrith Panthers 2022 NRL Grand Final victory, at BlueBet Stadium in Penrith