Warrington Wolves captain Chris Hill believes their victory over Salford is the start of a changing culture at the club.
The Wolves came from 30-12 behind to defeat the Red Devils after the hooter thanks to Chris Sandow’s drop-goal.
Not only did the victory move Warrington to the top of Super League, but Hill stated that it is the beginning of the team changing the perceptions of the club.
“In the past I think Warrington have been a good front-running team, we want to change that culture,” he said.
“We’re going to have games where we come in behind and we have to grind out wins. There’s no better than today.
“Warrington have been known as a fair-weather team. But we’ve got to adapt and get those wins to get us going. They’re the kind of changes you’re going to get at this stage of the season.”