Warrington Wolves hooker Brad Dwyer believes his side need to become consistent if they are to make it three Magic Weekend wins from three against St Helens in Newcastle on Sunday afternoon (3.15pm).
Dwyer, who was recalled from a loan spell with Kingstone Press Championship side London Broncos, scored on his comeback to the Warrington team against Salford Red Devils last week.
The Wolves’ form has been up and down in 2015, and Dwyer feels there is no better occasion to begin their hunt for some consistency.
“It’s a big weekend for us, especially following on from the game against Salford,” he said.
“It’s just as important that we get a bit of consistency and there’s probably no better team to do it against than one who’s above us in the league and who are the current champions.
“Also with it being Magic Weekend, where we tend to get a good following from our supporters, it would be great to put a good performance in on a big stage.”
Warrington have had the upper hand in recent years against the Super League champions at the Magic Weekend since they have been pitted against each other from 2013.
Dwyer, who signed a two-year extension on his arrival back to the Wolves from the capital, is looking forward to playing at Magic Weekend again on Sunday.
“I played in a Magic Weekend fixture twice and I absolutely loved the occasion and it’s something that I’ve looked forward to,”said Dwyer.
“Obviously I haven’t been in the team on a regular basis over the last few years, but it’s one fixture that I pick out to hopefully get a shirt.
“It’s a great experience with a big crowd in a big stadium. It makes it that bit more special that it’s against St Helens.”