STEVE Price has called upon Warrington Wolves players, coaches and supporters to stick together as they seek to rebound from their Wembley disappointment against Hull FC tonight, Thursday.

The Wire return to Super 8s action having lost their fifth successive major final on Saturday – going down 20-14 to Catalans Dragons in the Challenge Cup Final.

However, with Wolves still well-placed to qualify for the Super League semi-finals, Price says the team have to dig deep to put things right quickly.

He also urged the Warrington fans to bring “heaps of energy” to The Halliwell Jones Stadium tonight to help the players bounce back.

“As a coaching group, playing group and club as a whole, we are all in it together,” he told the Guardian.

“It’s important that we all stick together. We win and lose together.

“We are all hurting and I’d be disappointed if we weren’t.

“It’s happened now, we can’t take it back but what we can control is the rest of the season. We’re still fighting for our first ever Super League title.

“We reviewed the game and there were a lot of home truths said.

“We’ve put it to bed and we’ve focused on putting in a really strong performance against Hull FC.

“We’ve got a good football team and I’ve been really proud of how the guys have carried themselves to date.

“I’ve said all along that we have the best supporters in Super League and I want to show my gratitude for the support we had down at Wembley.

“I’d like to see the fans give the boys heaps of energy and support tomorrow night.”

With five Super 8s games remaining, The Wire are fourth in Super League with a four-point cushion to fifth-place Huddersfield Giants.

The Giants, however, are in fine form having won 11 of their past 12 games and are well-placed to cash in on any more Warrington slip-ups.

The two meet at The Halliwell Jones Stadium next Friday, but Price says he is not concerning himself with what Simon Woolford’s side are doing.

“They’re definitely playing good football. In the last 10 weeks they have been knocking out some really good results,” he said of the Giants.

“I am only concerned about Warrington Wolves, though, and our performances and what we need to do to keep improving as a team.

“We have to focus on a really important game against Hull FC before we think about playing Huddersfield.

“We’ve said all along that we want to be a top-four club and we’re in a position now to carry that on.

“The next five weeks are crucial, but tonight is a really big game against a side who are coming off a week off and have a few players back.

“They’ve had some really good wins and some inconsistencies. They have a very strong back five and Danny Houghton leads them well from hooker.

“Games against Hull FC are always tough and we expect nothing different tomorrow night.

“I am expecting a big response from the players.”