DESPITE picking up two suspensions in their opening Super League game, Warrington Wolves head coach Steve Price says his side will continue to play “hard and aggressive.”

Ben Westwood and Toby King will both miss Saturday’s game against Hull Kingston Rovers after picking up penalty notices following incidents in the victory over Leeds Rhinos.

Westwood will sit out the next two games after being hit with a Grade C dangerous contact charge following a seventh-minute tackle on Konrad Hurrell.

King’s ban only covers Saturday’s clash with the Robins after his 73rd-minute tip tackle on Stevie Ward which saw him sin-binned.

Blake Austin, twice, Jason Clark, Jack Hughes and Ben Murdoch-Masila also had incidents examined by the RFL’s Match Review Panel without charge, but Price insists his side do not have a discipline problem.

“I don’t think we’ve got an issue there. Definitely not,” he said.

“We play hard and aggressive. That’s what I want from all my teams.

“The ones with Blake – I don’t even know why they were mentioned.

“It’s one of those things. The RFL have got their job to do and we have got ours to do.

“I thought Ben’s was fair enough. It’s a tough one in terms of the tackle because Konrad Hurrell is one of the strongest players in the game.

“He got in a position where it was a piggy-back type of tackle and it was unfortunate that both his legs left the ground.

“That’s not a tackle that Ben does. He’s just trying to bring the big fella down and he got into an unfortunate position.

“Toby’s was a bit of a tough penalty. In the old days that would have been classed as a quality tackle.

“He didn’t put him in a dangerous position and he’s landed on both shoulder blades.

“We have to accept the RFL’s decision and move on.”