WARRINGTON Wolves’ style of play has come in for criticism from a section of supporters of late.

It is not a problem new to this season, either – for much of 2019, The Wire were stagnant in attack and as a result, their Super League season tailed off dramatically.

Thus far, 2020 can be said to have been a bit of a mixed bag – positive signs in defeat to Wigan which grew in the nilling of St Helens, a step backwards at Wakefield and a mixture of the two in Friday’s win over Toronto Wolfpack.

The quest for consistency starts now with an attempt to win back-to-back games for the first time since last June as they travel to Leeds Rhinos tomorrow, Friday.

Before getting the chance to pull on the primrose and blue jersey, Danny Walker was a fan cheering on his Wire heroes from the Halliwell Jones Stadium terraces.

Ahead of the trip to Headingley, he had a message for the supporters who remain critical of Steve Price’s outfit.

“I’d ask them to stick with us,” he said.

“We know what works – we’ve had a couple of decent performances at the start of the year.

“There have been systems put in place through the pre-season and we all believe in it – that’s players, coaches, backroom staff, everybody.

“I hope the fans can start to believe in it to. It will come.”

With his role as support to arguably Super League’s best hooker in Daryl Clark, the 20-year-old knows he must take all the game time he can get.

He has come off the bench in all four matches so far and while his minutes in the first three were limited, Friday’s win over the Wolfpack saw him get a longer stint at dummy-half.

“I’ve been waiting for my chance to get a bit more time,” the England Knights international said.

“My back decided to seize up after about five minutes on Friday, but thankfully it turned out okay in the end.

“It was good to get a little bit more time but I know I need to push on now.

“We knew Toronto would throw the ball around.

“With players like Sonny Bill Williams who can get their arm free from anywhere, you know that’s going to happen and it can be difficult to stop.

“We made it tougher for ourselves that it should have been, but a win is a win.”