TOBY King says Warrington Wolves owed their first away victory since July to their supporters.

The Wire thrashed Hull FC 38-4 on Thursday evening – a complete turnaround from their last away display, which ended in a 36-0 hammering at Leeds Rhinos.

Not only that but coupled with last week's win over Castleford, Wolves have now won back-to-back Super League fixtures for the first time since June.

"We put an end to some stats there," centre King said.

"I don’t think we’ve won away in nine months – if you imagine someone conceiving a baby, they would have had it since we last won away so it’s not great!

"We’re just really glad to get it off our backs and the back-to-back wins as well against two top quality sides.

"We always knew it wouldn’t last too long.

"It was just a bit hanging over from last season, but this year we think we’ve got something really special

"We really let our fans down when we went to Leeds. We owed it to them to show we can perform away."

Tries from Blake Austin and Tom Lineham had put The Wire 12-0 up at half time in an opening 40 minutes that saw them forced to turn away several waves of pressure from the Black and Whites.

Once Gareth Widdop crossed in the early stages of the second half, however, Warrington assumed total dominance.

Austin and Widdop both scored again, with Anthony Gelling and Ben Murdoch-Masila also crossing.

"At 12-0 at half time, it was still a really good contest so we had to stay switched on," King said.

"We handled their pressure really well and I think the Gaz Widdop try changed it for us."