The Wolves are currently in sixth place in the Super League table, and lost last time out at Wigan.
They travel to Headingley to face Leeds Rhinos on Friday evening. Tony Smith’s team are the only outfit to defeat the Rhinos in the league this season.
Bridge hopes that that earlier win can stand the Wolves in good stead in West Yorkshire.
“I feel as if we’ve been struggling for form this year,” he admitted.
“It’s hard, but we feel like we’re turning a corner.
“We felt that last week we were a lot better against Wigan, and we’ll carry on working hard and hopefully we can kick on this week and get two points again.
“It’s only five weeks ago [since we beat Leeds], and we’re the only team to beat them.
“We know if we ‘D’ up right, and work for each other like we know we can do, then we’ll give ourselves a good shot.
“We just focus on ourselves and working as hard as we can, and sticking as a group.
“We believe that if we keep doing what we’re doing we won’t be far off at the end of the year.”
As regards his personal form, Bridge is hoping that he can recapture some of last season’s heights as soon as possible.
“I think there’s still a lot more to come,” he said.
“But I’m trying hard, and I’ll keep training and working on things and hopefully it will turn the corner.”