DESPITE making a massive impact on the Wolves first team, Harvey Livett insists there is a lot more to come from him.

The 21-year-old marked his return from a knee injury with another try in last week’s 22-22 draw with Catalans Dragons.

It was the 10th time Livett has crossed the whitewash this season having grabbed the left second-row spot with both hands after Ben Currie suffered a season-ending injury.

The former Rylands Sharks junior, who signed a new two-year deal to remain with Warrington in May, insists he has not been keeping count of his tries.

He also says he is working hard to improve as a second-rower, with particular focus on his defence.

“I felt in good form before I got injured, so the aim is to get back to that over the next few weeks,” he told the Guardian.

“I can’t say I’ve been counting the tries, but it’s nice to be popping up when it matters.

“It’s always nice to get over the line, but if I don’t and we win I’m equally as happy.

“I’m still working hard on my defence and I know I have a lot more to do.

“Hendo is working with me on it, we’re picking out things in video sessions on things I can improve upon and putting it into practice.

“There’s improvements to be made with my defence but I feel like I’m getting there.

“I’m not the finished article. Far from it.

“There is plenty in my game to work on and I want to take that into the next few games.”

Livett often puts in a full 80-minute stint in the second row and he says that is something he wants to carry on doing as he continues to adapt to the role.

He says teammate Jack Hughes – a frequent full-game player – is someone he looks up to in that respect.

“I’m putting in a lot of effort with Jon Clarke to improve my fitness so I can have the engine to keep playing 80 minutes,”

“Having said that, there is nothing like being out on the field.

“Doing 80 minutes is always tough, but I am enjoying it and hopefully I can keep on turning up for my teammates.

“You do have to learn to conserve your energy at times. You can’t go at 100 miles per hour for 80 minutes.

“The effort always has to be there, but you need to know when to take your foot off the gas.

“I look up to players like Jack Hughes. Even when he’s switching from the back row to the middle, he always turns up and gives 100 per cent.

“He plays 80 minutes week in week out and that’s what I want to do.”

Livett will once again have a big role to play when The Wire travel to Hull Kingston Rovers tomorrow, Friday.

It is the first of two games remaining before the Super 8s begin and, while Wolves have secured an extra home game, the versatile youngster says the team are not bothered who they play and when.

“We’re taking each games as we comes. Whoever we get after the split, it doesn’t really matter to us,” he said.

“We need these two points this week after only getting one last week.

“Whether we finish these rounds in second, third or fourth, we’ll take it and move on to the next phase but we want to put ourselves in a position to climb the table.”