STEVE Price says The Wire must be prepared for London Broncos’ variety of last-tackle plays when the sides meet on Saturday.

The Broncos are Super League’s bottom club but have secured a number of notable results at their Trailfinders Sports Club home.

League leaders St Helens and defending champions Wigan Warriors have both left the capital empty-handed this season while Wakefield Trinity have been beaten there twice.

Former Wire player Morgan Smith is likely to be one of the players charged with causing Wolves problems alongside half-back partner Jordan Abdull and Price says his side must do better when defending final plays.

He also says his side have looked at tweaking things in attack but to put them into practice, he admits their discipline must improve.

“There’s a number of things we’ve looked at in terms of attack, but we’ve got to defend well,” he said.

“They have scored a number of tries from run plays and last-tackle kicks. We’ve got to be really methodical and prepared for those last plays.

“St Helens got us with one last week – Jonny Lomax was allowed a free shot on Jake Mamo. That’s an area we’ve identified.

“We’re giving away far too many penalties – we’ve got to be better in that regard.

“We’re looking at our attacking systems as well. We’re heading in the right direction but we’ve still got a few weeks to get that right, but we certainly must improve our penalties conceded.”