STEVE Price has thrown his weight behind the growing calls Toby King to be called up to the England squad.

The centre has been one of Warrington Wolves’ most consistent players this season and has been a virtual ever-present in Price’s side.

On Tuesday, he marked his 100th appearance for the club with a try and two assists in the 32-6 victory over Leeds Rhinos.

The 24-year-old Huddersfield native came through the club’s academy after he and brother George were spotted by The Wire’s Yorkshire talent scout Tommy Gleeson.

His early years in the first team were blighted by a succession of injuries, particularly to his hamstrings.

Now they are behind him, however, Price believes “the sky is the limit” for King.

“He’s certainly banging on the door,” he said when asked whether or not King should be in the conversation for England selection.

“He’s been really consistent for us this year.

“He’s had to overcome a lot of adversity and some severe injuries over his time here.

“It’s a credit to him for how resilient he is to be able to stay at it and overcome his hamstring problems.

“I’m just really pleased for him – he’s an outstanding human being, very respectful and diligent in his work.

“The sky is the limit for him.”

While he may not have featured for England, King is no stranger to the international stage.

He received one cap for Ireland during qualifying for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup while he has also played two games for England Knights.