Hull KR coach Chris Chester is hoping that his team can continue to generate mometum with a win over Warrington this Friday.
The Robins welcome the Wolves to the KC Lightstream Stadium on the back of a good win over Widnes last week.
Chester wants a repeat performance from his troops, as they head into a vital six-game spell leading up to the middle eights.
He was also pleased that the Robins managed to beat Widnes 38 – 16, desspite the absence of talismanic half-back Terry Campese, who is out for the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
“We go into this week really confident on the back of that win over Widnes and hopefully the lads will believe in themselves a little bit more after that win,” he told his club’s official website.
“We’re not a one-man team, we showed that against Widnes, and the players can now have plenty of belief in what they can do.
“There’s still 12 points to play for and it’s very close on the ladder. It’s an exciting competition this year and that’s why we wanted to go to 12 teams in Super League.
“There’s not much separating a lot of sides and you have to be on your game every week.
“Warrington are a very good side and I’m sure they will want to bounce back from a defeat to Huddersfield on Sunday, so we know we’ll need to be at our best to take the two points.”