THE Warrington Wolves squad are united in their ambition to make Steve Price's last year as head coach a memorable one.

That is the insistence of prop Chris Hill as the new Super League season draws ever closer.

Last month, it was confirmed that Price's fourth season in the Halliwell Jones Stadium hot seat will be his last as he and his family prepare to return to Australia.

Before then, he has one more opportunity to guide this group of players to a first ever Super League title.

Hill believes Price has made the right decision for himself, his wife and his three young daughters, with the Covid-19 pandemic adding a further complication to living so far away from home.

The prop now says the squad are keen to give him the send-off they feel he deserves.

"I was gutted as I get on very well with Pricey, on and off the field," he said.

"It’s the right decision for him and his family. His girls are at that age now where they will want to be around their mates at home.

"It’s probably been the hardest 12-18 months of anyone’s life, let alone someone who lives in a foreign country.

"I know he’ll have adapted having been here for a few years but he will still have found it difficult.

"We want to send him out on a massive high because that’s what he deserves."