STEVE Price was pleased that his Wire side "didn't panic" when Hull KR threatened a comeback in today's Super League victory.

The hosts held a comfortable 22-2 lead at half-time but Rovers roared back to within two points in a devastating 10-minute spell after the interval.

However, The Wire were able to resume control and closed out a 40-26 win, their sixth in a row.

"It was the longest game I've ever been involved in, to be honest! It felt like it went for an eternity," Price said.

"I'm very pleased with the outcome and to score 40 points.

"That's what good teams do. They find a way to get it done and we did that today.

"I'm disappointed with our start to the game, especially our intent and our attitude with what we wanted to display.

"The way they came out in the second half and scored two quick tries was also very disappointing. We really pride ourselves on our start to each half.

"It was more the effort off the ball that disappointed me.

"As I said though, good teams find a way and I'm proud of the guys to be able to do that.

"We didn't panic. We stayed at it with our game plan and racked up 40 points."

Despite Wolves scoring their highest points total of the season by running in seven tries at The Halliwell Jones Stadium, Price thinks there is still more they can offer in attack.

"I wouldn't say it was our best attacking display," he said.

"There was a bit more ball movement in the later parts of the second half. The dry conditions helped with that. "The width in our play was positive as well, but there's still a lot more in us.

"We haven't done anything yet. We're taking it a week at a time.

"We have a long way to go in terms of what we want to become.

"There's still a lot of hard work to do."

Attention turns to the Challenge Cup next week when The Wire host Bradford Bulls.

Price says there will be an opportunity for some of his fringe players to get some game time but stresses they will not underestimate the League One side.

"I'm not quite sure it's a welcome distraction. I'll know in a couple of weeks."

"A couple of guys will get an opportunity next week who we haven't seen too much of this year.

"We won't be underestimating a John Kear-coached team, though, that's for sure."