WITH his move to the left edge, Toby King feels he is back where he belongs.

Having played the vast majority of his senior career at right centre, King has switched to the opposite side of the field this season.

With the England Knights international showing some of his best form in a Wire shirt thus far, it is a move that appears to be paying dividends.

A promising partnership in both attack and defence is building up with Tom Lineham, Ben Currie and new marquee half-back Gareth Widdop.

The only try Warrington have conceded on that side of the field came from Wigan's Liam Marshall when The Wire were down to 11 players.

“I played left centre all the way through the academy, so that was my preferred position anyway,” he said.

“Coming into the first team, though, you had Ryan Atkins then Bryson Goodwin out there. I had to wait for the opportunity.

“I enjoyed playing on the right and linking up with Charners (Josh Charnley), but the left side is definitely my preferred side.

“Hopefully I can keep putting the Flying Pig (Lineham) in for a few tries. He’s comical but he’s been really good for us in defence and attack.

“I think that’s eight games including friendlies without conceding a try as a left edge.

“We keep mentioning that stat as its something we’re really proud of, but we’ll keep working on it.

“Hopefully we can keep it going but these quality teams test us every week.”

Widdop’s addition to the team has been a slow burner as the England international gets up to speed following an ankle injury.

Thursday’s 38-4 win at Hull FC, however, signified a massive step up in what was his best game in a Warrington shirt thus far as he crossed for two tries.

King is backing Widdop’s impact to continually grow as his partnership with Blake Austin develops.

“It was always going to take time,” he said.

“Half-backs can’t just switch it on like that and Gaz started the season with an injury.

“He’s a real quality player and the more game time he gets with Blake, the better it will be for all of us.”