Chris Chester believes his players’ hard work paid off as Wakefield kept their top four hopes alive with a 26-12 victory against Warrington over the weekend.
The result keeps Trinity fifth in the table, just two points behind second-placed Salford, and Chester was delighted with the performance.
“It’s a really important win – it keeps us in touch with the top four,” he said. “I’m pleased for the players who have been working hard and it’s nice to get a result at home because it’s been a while.
“I’m pleased for the boss as well. He’s invested a lot of money into the club over the last three or four years and it would be nice to get into the top four for Michael (Carter).
“It’s about trying to build momentum going into the Super 8s and we’ll take a lot of confidence out of today’s performance.
“Defensively we were pretty good, our middle unit was very aggressive and pretty dominant.”