The Kiwis won 9-2 in London at the weekend, tying the series up. Ferres is spurred on by the chance to take immediate revenge for that loss, rather than having to wait a year to play New Zealand again.
“Obviously we’re in a fortunate position now where we don’t have to wait a year to play them again,” he said, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
“We can roll our sleeves up and go again this week. We’re certainly in a confident mood and we proved in week one that we have enough in our arsenal to beat this team so it’s just about replicating that again.”
Ferres himself has endured a somewhat frustrating 2015, but is glad of the chance to end the year on a high.
“It’s been a frustrating season for me, just so inconsistent – in and out of the side with injuries and a suspension,” he added.
“But Steve (McNamara) gave me this opportunity and I want to take it with both hands.”