STEVE Price has remained tight-lipped on who will take on goal-kicking duties for The Wire against Catalans Dragons tonight.

In two of their past four Super League games, Warrington have outscored their opposition in terms of tries but missed goal kicks have cost them victories over top-four rivals Castleford and Wigan.

In Friday’s defeat against The Warriors, none of Wolves’ three tries were converted as they slipped to a 13-12 loss thanks to Josh Woods’ last-minute drop goal.

Harvey Livett returns to the side after missing the past two games tonight and is an option, while Stefan Ratchford and Tyrone Roberts were among those practicing kicks at goal during captain’s run.

However, Price remained coy about who would take responsibility and focused instead upon the performance as a whole against the Dragons.

While Warrington have won their past eight home meetings with Catalans, the Dragons arrive full of confidence after a run of 10 wins from their past 12 games.

When the sides last met, Catalans were ‘nilled’ at home for the first time in their Super League history as The Wire left Perpignan with a 23-0 victory, but Price knows his side are in for a much tougher examination tonight.

“I have a decision in my mind about the goal kicking, but we’ll have to see,” he said.

“We want a really strong performance against a team that is playing some really good football,” he said.

“I think they have won 10 from their last 12 or something like that, so they are a team in form.

“They are doing really well since they brought Josh Drinkwater in.

“He’s brought them a different dimension. Kenny Edwards has done the same when he’s come off the interchange bench.

“Tony Gigot is doing some really good things around the middle third when defences get a bit loose in that area.

“They have plenty of guys who can play with the ball and offload, so we will have to be sound and hard-nosed through the full 80 minutes.”