STEVE Price labelled his Warrington Wolves side’s hammering of Hull FC as “the perfect away performance for 79 minutes.”

Leading 12-0 at half time, The Wire cut loose after the interval to record a comprehensive 38-4 victory – their first away from home since beating London Broncos last July.

It is also the first time The Wire have won back-to-back Super League games since last June and Price was a proud man post-match.

He also hailed a superb effort from Ben Currie to haul down Hull’s Carlos Tuimavave, who had intercepted and looked set to put his side back in the game with the score at 12-0.

Asked whether he thought his side’s display was perfect, he answered: “For a while, I think so.

“I thought it was a really strong 79 minutes.

“Defensively, we were really sound across the line.

“We had to hold our nerve in a few defensive sets, especially prior to half time.

“I thought Bennie Currie had a big game-changing moment when he ran down Carlos Tuimavave down our left edge.

“To keep turning them away was a really special performance.

“On the flip side, we scored some really good tries through breaking through that middle third.

“Everyone’s been on our back about not winning away from home but we got a good one tonight.”

Blake Austin and Gareth Widdop both scored two tries in what was their best display as a partnership thus far.

Price is pleased with how their link-up with Daryl Clark and Stefan Ratchford is coming along as Wolves won a second game in a row since their 36-0 loss at Leeds Rhinos.

“We’re building into our game nicely,” he said.

“As you can see, our 1, 9, 7 and 6 are playing a big part in that and they are building some nice combinations.

“I thought it was a great performance from all 17.

“We conceded one try last week and one tonight. Hull FC have a number of quality players.

“We had to earn the right tonight and we certainly did that.

“It’s our attitude and mindset to be consistent every week.

“Rugby league is a tough game – there’s a lot of quality teams around and you have to be consistent every week.

“We put our hand up at Leeds. We had a really poor performance which has been well documented.

“Take that out and we’ve been going okay.”