UPDATE (Jan. 24, 2014, 11:10 a.m.): The video has been removed due to copyright claims by the NFL.

Following the biggest win of his young career, Russell Wilson was already thinking ahead.

As four-time Super Bowl champion Terry Bradshaw assisted in giving the Seahawks the NFC Championship trophy they had just won, Seattle's quarterback found a moment alone with Bradshaw, now a Fox analyst, to ask him what it took to finish the season on top.

“What do we need to do to win it? What makes you win it?” Wilson said, as he pulled aside the two-time Super Bowl MVP.

Bradshaw's response was simple:

You've got to be really cool. Don't let the moment catch up with you. You've got to play the game down. If you build it up, it's so important you'll screw it up and you won't play well. It's not just another game, believe me, but you can make it one, just be cool.