IT was a case of ‘job done’ for Warrington Wolves against London Broncos.

The Wire racked up 48 points, picked up no injuries, rested some key personel and handed players who have not had much game time plenty of minutes on the field.

“Nine tries to two I thought was a really dominant display by our lads,” said head coach Steve Price.

“To score that amount of points is always pleasing.

“I thought Matty Davis on debut gave us a lot of energy.

“He did all the attitudinal areas that we speak about every week. I thought he was fantastic.

“The boys will get a lot of confidence in the future with Matty.”

There was no whirlwind start like in the previous week’s win at Hull FC.

In fact, The Wire were put under considerable pressure by a game London side early on.

“I think the penalties went 4-0 in the first 12 minutes of the game,” said Price.

“They attacked our try line heavily and we just kept turning them away.

“It just shows what sort of a team we have there.

“The work they do from the inside was fantastic.

“Then we started to build in the game. We made a few changes and started to play a style that Warrington Wolves are capable of playing.

“We scored a couple of quick tries before half time and then went on to do the job.

“Overall it was a good performance by all the members of the team.

“It was a good opportunity for a lot of players who haven’t been getting the amount of minutes that they would like. But they got that tonight.

“The senior players have been playing some big minutes of late but less game time tonight.

“We’ll get that back as the weeks go by.”

Skipper Chris Hill did not return for a second spell as he would do normally and Blake Austin was replaced midway through the second half.

And with Mike Cooper and co-captain Jack Hughes not selected in order to rest up, Price gave opportunities to a number of other players – including a return to the bench for Danny Walker and starting places for Harvey Livett and Lama Tasi.

“Bringing Blake off meant it was a good opportunity for Harvey to play a bit of 6. There might be times throughout the year where we have to have new combinations,” said Price.

“At the back end of the game I moved Charners (Josh Charnley) over to full-back and Stef Ratchford onto the wing. It’s important that we train and play for those situations because those occasions may arise in the future.

“Chris Hill had his best game for a long time against Hull last week. He did his job tonight and I didn’t put him back out there.

“I thought Jason Clark, Matty Davis and Joe Philbin were holding that middle field really well and it was a good opportunity to play lesser minutes, rest up and get ready for next week.”

The Wire head to fellow high flyers St Helens next Friday.

“It’s going to be a cracking game, one v two, “ said Price.

“If you’re a rugby league supporter get out to the Totally Wicked Stadium and watch two quality teams go hard at it.

“We’ll prepare similarly to every week, which is look after yourself early on in the week, prepare well, attention to detail through our training, plan for St Helens, then go out there and put in a strong performance.”