IN the build-up to this weekend’s Grand Final, much has been made of the game being the last for several key personnel at Wigan Warriors.

The likes of coach Shaun Wane and key player Sam Tomkins will depart the club at the end of the 2018 season.

But Saturday’s game will also be the last hurrah for several Warrington Wolves players, including the likes of George King and Bodene Thompson.

Marquee player Tyrone Roberts is the most high profile exit for The Wire though, with the half-back returning to Gold Coast Titans for 2019.

Daryl Clark is one of the key creative influences for Warrington alongside the New South Wales rep footballer.

He said: “I’ve clicked pretty well with Tyrone since he has been here – we’ve spent a bit of time together and had a couple of nights out.

“I’ll miss him, he’s a character around the place.

“But it’s part and parcel of the game, you get used to people coming and going.

“He adds a bit of quality and his kicking game when he’s on form is second to none.

“We have scored a lot of tries from his cross field kicks to Bryson Goodwin and Toby King, and we’ve earned a lot of repeat sets from his short kicking game.

“If we’re to win on Saturday I think he’ll be a major part of that.”