STEVE Price has urged Wire fans to “keep believing” as his side’s worrying form continued.

Defeat to Castleford Tigers today made it back-to-back losses for Warrington and four defeats from their past six games.

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With a Challenge Cup semi-final against Hull FC to come next, Price remains confident his side can bounce back.

However, he admits today’s defeat at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle was not good enough and slammed his side’s error rate.

“It wasn’t one of our better displays, to be honest,” he said.

“I think we had 16 errors for the whole game. When you’re dishing up that many errors, you’re not going to give yourself a chance.

“It was a difficult one to take. We were right in the game up to when we made a line break down our right and Jake Trueman got the intercept.

“For the majority of the game, we were in an arm-wrestle but we lost our way a bit towards the end with a bit of frustration building.

“It’s a personal responsibility – I think 10 of our errors came from the back five.

“We’ve got to be honest with each other. That’s what we’ve built our foundation on.

“Everyone has their hurdles throughout the season and it’s not always going to be perfect.

“These sorts of circumstances will show the true leadership within our group as players and coaches.

“We’ve got a footy team here – keep believing. We’re still not too bad on the table.

“I’ve got the utmost confidence in the team to bounce back and put in a performance against Hull FC on Saturday."

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Price was critical of a number of the decisions made by referee Scott Mikalauskas and his team of officials, highlighting the decision to allow James Clare’s opening try for the Tigers.

“There were a number of outrageous decisions today,” he said.

“Their first try was clearly obstruction. I can’t understand how they’ve missed that one.

“There were a few of those today but we’ve got to be better than that and deal with it in different ways.”

Price confirmed his side suffered no new injuries and that he expects to at least have Ben Murdoch-Masila back from an ankle injury for Saturday’s game in Bolton.

Full video of Price's post-match press conference above