WARRINGTON Wolves fans are being promised more choice and less queues at catering kiosks this season.

The club has spent a six-figure sum in the off season to improve the outlets around The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Fans can look forward to cashless tills in a bid to beat the queues that often mount up for beer as well as meal deals and hot chips for the first time.

Chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick said the investment is aimed to improve the offer for supporters.

"We have spent a six-figure sum on catering

"There will be meals deals, electronic and digital boards with details of offers as well as cashless tills.

"We know we have had issues in the past with queues and this will help with that."

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Units will be open before the Mike Cooper testimonial against Salford on Thursday and then for the first home Super League game of the season against St Helens on Thursday, February 6.

There will also be innovations away from the stadium.

The club is set to reveal its new website later this month with better navigation and more match and player statistics.