BEN Currie is “scratching the surface” of what he can really do, Warrington Wolves head coach Steve Price says.

The second rower – ever-present for The Wire this season – has been one of the team’s most impressive performers either side of the coronavirus shutdown.

His defensive work-rate has caught the eye, with his 369 tackles made thus far putting him top of the club charts and in the top 10 in Super League as a whole.

In attack, his six assists are the best for a forward in the competition and he has shown he still has the pace and power that marked him out as a dynamic second rower before a brace of ACL injuries cost him two full seasons of his career.

While impressed with the 26-year-old England international, Price insists there is plenty more to come.

“I’ve been very impressed with Bennie. He’s a great professional,” he said.

“He’s a very quiet family man and goes about his business quietly, but he trains hard.

“He understands the game really well and that’s credit to people who have had him before me.

“He’s a talented football player but there’s still more to come from him. He’s just scratching the surface at the moment.”