STEVE Price has pointed out what he wants more of from his Warrington Wolves team after the 34-20 win at Hull Kingston Rovers.

The Wire leaped Castleford Tigers into third place going into the final round of Super League at St Helens next Thursday.

But his side had to come from behind in the second half at KCOM Craven Park after conceding early in the second half.

“I thought we tidied up a few areas from a ruck point of view from what we focused on during the week,” said the Warrington Wolves head coach.

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"But we’ve still got to be able to build pressure and sustain pressure for longer periods.

"We did that quite well in mid-season but we’ve got to tidy that up and be able to stay in the grind for longer periods.

"I’m sure that once we do that we’ll give ourselves every possible chance to get to where we need to.

"It’s about what we do at training and putting it into practice out on the field in pressure situations.

"Very simple basic errors where I think we dropped it on play one of set starts is easily fixed.

"And what we do after points scored, those two perfect sets tonight where we went 90-95 metres is how it should look.”

He added: “We had enough firepower which was very pleasing to come over the top of them in that second half.

“I thought we were a bit scratchy in that first half but we still went in at half time with a two-point lead.

“We weren’t at our best, we knew that, but we addressed some anxiety and what went on in the first half.

“After Hull KR scored a quick try in the second half it’s a credit to our playing group that we got back to playing the Warrington Wolves style of football.

“We scored a number of tries in quick succession which I know we’re capable of doing.

“It’s a tough place to play, so I’ve been told, so it’s good to come away with the two points.”

Warrington started well, taking a 6-0 lead through a converted Mike Cooper try but then errors crept in and they conceded twice before Stefan Ratchford’s score on his 200th Wire appearance gave his side a 12-8 lead at the break.

“We had two errors on play one in good field position and our execution at times in the first half wasn’t polished enough,” he said.

He picked out Tyrone Roberts for his performance.

The scrum half scored one try, kicked five goals from six attempts and had a hand in most of Wire’s good work in attack including a perfect grubber kick for Ratchford’s first-half try.

“I was really pleased with Tyrone Roberts’ game,” he said.

“I thought he showed a lot of promise and a lot of speed in his actions which was pleasing.

“With the goalkicking, he’s striking them not too badly the little fella so that’s very pleasing and the one he just missed was from the sideline wasn’t a bad strike so it’s all positive.

“I thought Mike Cooper also had a really strong game again and Stef Ratchford looked really dangerous.

“Overall, it was a tick in the right direction.”