HEAD coach Steve Price has challenged his Warrington Wolves side to continue the development of their confidence at Hull FC tonight.

The quest for a first away victory of the season takes them to the KCOM Stadium to take on a Black and Whites side that boasts an identical record to them – three wins and three defeats from six games thus far.

With a morale-boosting victory over Castleford Tigers behind them, Price says the task for his side is to “bottle” the confidence gained from the game and grow it in East Yorkshire.

“It’s another tough challenge for us at Hull FC,” he said.

“They are another quality football team and they can certainly attack.

“We’re going to have to be at our best to get a really strong performance.

“We have to put in a true Warrington Wolves display and that’s what we’re looking for.

“Marc Sneyd and Albert Kelly are a solid pair of halves and their back five are very strong in terms of carrying the ball.

“I think a lot of their backs are very high up in the competition for metres gained. Their forward pack is strong, too.

“It is going to pose challenges but they are challenges we are excited for.

“We picked up a lot of confidence last week and it’s important that we take that forward.

“It was like a good old bout of 12-round boxing against Castleford and we did enough to take it.

“It is important that we build from that, bottle that confidence and keep growing it.”

Anthony Gelling is available again and Price confirmed he would come into the matchday 17 for the clash with Lee Radford’s side.

Another new face in Price’s 21-man squad is young prop Eribe Doro, who has featured in both of The Wire’s reserve grade games thus far.

The Wire boss confirmed Doro would not make the final 17 but praised the growth in his attitude so far this season.

“Anthony Gelling will come into the squad,” he said.

“Eribe just misses out but he’s been a lot more consistent with his training and I’ve seen a big change in him.

“I thought he was one of the better players in reserve grade last week.

“He’s starting to become a man now and I’ve seen a big improvement with his attitude.

“He’s pushing for the first grade but it’s important that he keeps working extremely hard over the coming weeks.”