THERE will be no further incomings or outgoings at Warrington Wolves before the transfer deadline passes tomorrow, Friday.

The Wire added utility forward Bodene Thompson to their squad yesterday, Wednesday, after the New Zealander joined from Leigh Centurions until the end of the season.

Dom Crosby has also left The Halliwell Jones Stadium, having joined Leeds Rhinos on loan for the remainder of 2018.

Clubs have until 5pm tomorrow to register players for the Super 8s, but Wire head coach Steve Price confirmed there would be no more business done.

“I think that’s us just about done now,” he told the Guardian.

“I’m very happy with the squad I’ve got. We have a lot of depth in every position.

“If you look at people like Mitch Brown, a quality player but he just misses out on our starting squad this week.

“With George King in a similar boat as well, it shows the depth of squad we have.

“Bodene is a player that plays tough and has great awareness of the game.

“He can carry the ball, has great footwork and defensively, he has a high work rate.

“He can play in the middle or on the edge, so we’re fortunate that we were able to pull it off in a short amount of time.”

Thompson was not signed in time to be involved in Wolves’ final game of the regular Super League season – the trip to runaway league leaders St Helens tonight, Thursday.

One player that will be is Ben Murdoch-Masila, who has missed six weeks of action with a leg injury but is fit to resume his regular interchange role at the Totally Wicked Stadium in place of Ben Pomeroy.

Bryson Goodwin and Ben Westwood have recovered from knee and ankle knocks respectively and will both start against Saints, with Mitch Brown and George King dropping out of the matchday 17.

St Helens have all but secured a place in the Super League semi-finals, while The Wire are already certain of an extra Super 8s home game.

Given those two factors – plus a Challenge Cup semi-final on the horizon for both sides next weekend – there was talk of key players being rested for tonight’s clash.

However, both sides are close to full-strength and Price says giving his star men the night off never crossed his mind.

“We need to put a good step forward and produce a good performance.

“It’s important that we build ourselves a good foundation going forward.

“We have a duty and an obligation to improve and keep building our confidence.

“It is a good challenge to see where we’re at against the form team in the competition.”

Price will come up against Saints coach Justin Holbrook for the second time in his Super League career tonight.

However, as he explains, the pair go much further back than that.

“We won an under 7s Grand Final together at our junior club back in Australia,” he said.

“I was only four and he was six at the time.

“He was scoring all the tries and I was just throwing out the gameplans for him.

“We have a really good relationship. He’s a good family friend and there’s a lot of mutual respect between us.

“Come game time though, the gloves will be off.”