WAKEFIELD Trinity boss Willie Poching highlighted a plan to get out of Super League's bottom end that is the same as the approach being taken by Daryl Powell at Warrington Wolves.

Poching, a former assistant coach to Tony Smithy at The Wire, guided his team to a late drop-goal win at home to Hull FC and followed it up with Sunday's victory over Warrington as a seven-match losing streak was ended.

He has spoken about staying positive, building confidence and belief which in turn can bring composure – all points that Powell has mentioned in focusing on Wolves' bid to turn their season around.

"I think it's negative to get stuck in talking about the lower grid and worrying about what's behind you," he said after his men joined Warrington and Salford on 10 points but still in 11th place.

"We've got to look forward and start looking up and start believing.

"It was nice on Wednesday when we came in after the Hull game and people were bouncing in and there was a smile.

"That's what a win does for you, it just boosts your confidence and morale, not just the playing group but the staff.

"Every group in this competition wants to win and when you haven't had any for a while it can be demoralising.

"The discipline as far as me and my staff is concerned is to stick with it, keep the group believing and these results are the best way to get them to believe. We're doing it in a real workmanlike way which is pleasing.

"There's a bit of composure about us now even when the clock's winding down and it's getting late in the game, as it did last week against Hull.

"We're showing some composure and some discipline to really stick it out and have belief in each other, that the guy next to 'me' knows what his job is and I know what 'my' job is. Let's just do that as well as we can and the good things start to happen."

Poching praised the character of his team for sticking to their guns and scoring the winning try through Kelepi Tanginoa four minutes from time.

"It was a bit of a tit-for-tat situation with the scoreboard. They scored, we scored," he said.

"I thought we started the game really well and almost implemented everything that we wanted to. It was going to plan and we just couldn't quite get over the line a couple of times early doors.

"It came as a real kick in the guts when we conceded a penalty on play four and Warrington got up and scored on the first time of asking up on our line.

"But we showed a lot of character and courage to stick with it and go with it.

"The most pleasing thing for me was the discipline they showed to stick with the plan.

"In moments this year we've gone away from it and we've tried to do it the easy way with giving an understanding that we're a team that can rough it out and go with some big teams like we did today.

"They're a pretty good team, Warrington.

"I thought George Williams banged a couple of people early doors, ran the ball and was threatening down short sides.

"I thought he had a big presence on the game and was a real danger for us defensively to the point where he made that break late on.

"I've got mention Lewis Murphy, that tackle in the corner (on Connor Wrench from Williams' break) and forcing the error was a massive play from the young kid in the context of the game and the season.

"It was a huge play from him and a massive confidence booster for him, and that's just indicative of some of the character we're starting to show and the belief we're starting to harness and go with."

He concluded with a word for winning try scorer Tangino and two-try James Batchelor, who was playing out of position at centre opposite Toby King.

"I think Tanginoa is starting to find his edge again, playing with a smile, playing happy and really destructive," said Poching.

I" thought James Batchelor was dangerous out in the centre position and all our middle forwards really did a good job.

"Because it was a game that was played down the middle. They came at us and we tried to go back at them. Both packs were in a battle of attrition for a little bit and our guys did a really good job."