JASON Clark was delighted to get off the mark with his first Warrington Wolves try against London Broncos.

The Australian, in his first Wire campaign since signing from South Sydney Rabbitohs, got over the whitewash with the last play of the first half to make it 20-0.

"I sent a message back home to dad saying it was a 50-metre break, chipped over the full-back and then stepped the winger, but I'm sure he'll get to hear how it was," said the 29-year-old.

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Jason Clark's try and celebration. Pictures: Mike Boden

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Perhaps that was how he dreamt his maiden score would happen.

Maybe next time.

But they all count, including the scruffy ones from deflected bobbling short grubber kicks like on this occasion.

"It's a rare opportunity so I'll take it," he said.

"Daz (Clark) helped me get over the line and with being the first one it's one I'll remember for sure, especially at The Halliwell Jones Stadium, but hopefully there's a lot more to come."

He was possibly more pleased to share in Matty Davis enjoying his Wire debut.

"Matty came off the bench and did a great job for us," said Clark.

"I’ve done a lot of work with Matty, the two of us did a lot together through pre-season.

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Matty Davis on a powerful surge. Picture: Mike Boden

"He went back to London Broncos for a month and did his job there and then he’s come back and shown what he can do.

"He’s quite a young bloke, he’s a hard worker, and to put behind him the time with London and play good football against a team he’d been with for a month shows how professional he is.

"He’s got a lot of football ahead of him and it was great to see him go well in this game."

Clark also produced another top effort off the bench, a role he has played eight times already this year.

“As a player, the starting 13 is always spoken about," said Clark.

“I’ve come over here and been given a job to do and whatever Pricey picks for me I’m happy with.

“It’s a 17-man game these days. Whether it’s starting or on the bench, as long as I do my job and the blokes around me are happy with what I'm doing then I'm happy.

"I’m happy to come off the bench if that’s what’s needed."

Now he is looking forward to the top-of-the-table battle with Saints on Friday.

"I can’t wait. It’s not at the HJ but I’m sure there’ll be a lot of Warrington out there and they will be nice and loud."

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He talked about the week of preparation.

"Personally, I don’t think the week will be any different," he said.

"You have to prepare for every game the same.

"Our staff are level-headed and as much as it’s the number one and two teams it’s a game of football that we need to win.

"We need to prepare for it as we have done every other week.

"We’ll keep it all on and our staff will do a good job."

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He feels as though the move from Down Under is going well.

“It’s been good. I’m starting to get better with the pace of the game each week and learning more each week," he said.

"The players around me are in really good form as well.

"The club’s been really good with the move. Bryson Goodwin and his family have helped me, my wife and three daughters to settle in. And I’ve got a friend here from back home and his wife have been really good.

"It’s very different, coming over here, moving your whole life and family. It’s been a change but we’re steadily settling in and enjoying it."