WARRINGTON Wolves’ left edge is looking strong – but Ben Currie says there is plenty more to come.

Of the 17 tries The Wire have scored this season, 15 have come on the left-hand side of the field and the combination of Currie, Gareth Widdop, Toby King and Tom Lineham has looked potent.

That foursome will be broken up for at least the next three games while winger Lineham serves a suspension but with Widdop coming back into the side against Hull FC on Sunday, the link-up is expected to play a big role for Steve Price’s side again.

Currie’s partnership with Widdop and King in particular showed signs of promise throughout 2020 but now, he is looking forward to progressing that even further.

“Throughout last year, we made progress as a left edge and we looked really dangerous in games,” he said.

“We’ve then had a good pre-season where we’ve all been fit. We’ve done a lot of work together and it’s shown at the start of the season.

“There’s still a lot to improve on in both our attack and defence so we’re looking forward to seeing the results of it.”

With the left edge running the way it is, hopes are high that Currie could return to the prolific try-scoring form that marked him out as a star talent earlier in his career.

However, he is happy enough with his current role of playing the final pass at present.

“I think I’ve turned more towards making assists now and I’m just as happy doing that,” said the second rower, who has set up four tries already in 2021.

“We’ve got a lot lads on our edge who are getting over the line of late so if I come out in front of them, I’ll be well up there for top try-scorer!”