CONSTANT changes to the spine of the Wire team is not helping their search for top form, hooker Daryl Clark says.

Friday’s defeat at Hull FC saw Steve Price forced to start with his third different half-back combination in five games as Declan Patton and Tyrone Roberts paired together.

As a result, The Wire’s attack has not fired so far and they have not scored more than 18 points in a single game in 2018.

However, Clark feels Wolves are not too far away from clicking but admits consistency in selection is much-needed.

“I think we’re creating opportunities and I don’t think we’re far off,” he said.

“We’ve swapped half-backs in pretty much every game and we’ve not had a consistent spine working together.

“Hopefully, once that comes our attack will get a lot better.

“Training and playing together more will help us, for sure.”

Wolves now move on to a meeting with unbeaten Super League pace-setters St Helens at The Halliwell Jones Stadium tomorrow, Friday.

Saints are the new bookmakers’ favourites to win the Grand Final at Old Trafford in October and their impressive start comes as no surprise to Wire hooker Clark.

“They’re flying and are unbeaten so far. I always felt they were going to be dangerous this year,” he said.

“With the players they’ve got, I don’t think you can be surprised by how well they’re doing.

“They finished strongly last year and they probably should have made the Grand Final.

“It’s going to be a tough test but we have to get our head down and try and turn our performance around.”