Hull KR coach Chris Chester believes that his team can play even better than they did against Catalans Dragons at the weekend.
The Robins turned round a 20-4 first-half deficit to win in emphatic style, 50-20, with winger Ken Sio scoring a hat-trick.
“We didn’t play too well in the first half but that try just before half-time gave us a big lift,” said Chester.
“We spoke about wanting to fix a few things up in the second half and we did that, it was a great effort.
“Ken Sio showed what he can do with a hat-trick and he’s a freak at times with his ability.
“We’ve got a few players like that, Albert Kelly being one and his try really took some scoring, but it was a team effort and from 1 to 17, everybody played their part.
“I keep saying it but these guys will keep getting better too and the most pleasing thing for me was to keep them scoreless in that second half.
“Catalans are a great attacking side but defensively we really fronted up.
“Hopefully now the guys have got that belief in themselves.
“I told them after the game that they are a good rugby league side and if we believe in ourselves we’ll do okay this season.”