Warrington Wolves captain Joel Monaghan is in no doubt about the importance of Saturday’s clash against Wakefield – insisting it is the biggest game of their season so far.
After four straight losses on and around the Easter period, the Wolves will aim to prevent it becoming five when they face the Wildcats, who are currently bottom of Super League.
And Wolves captain Monaghan is adamant that this game takes precedence over any other so far in 2015.
“We’ve got to work hard to try and get some back, that starts this weekend. We can sulk about it or make Saturday the most important game of the season,” Monaghan told the Warrington Guardian.
“I think it is the most important game for us of the year. We’re at home again and we owe it to this crowd to come and do better than what we did on Monday and the past few weeks.
“It only takes one good win to turn a team or a season around. It’s about getting that confidence back and gelling as a team.