Liam Finn wants Wakefield Trinity Wildcats to start turning the positives they take from defeats into victories as they take on Huddersfield this weekend.
Despite an upturn in performances from 2015, the Wildcats are still sat at the bottom of the league with just one win from their opening games in the 2016 season.
Half back Finn is a new signing at the club, and admits that they need to start winning as soon as possible in order to get their season properly underway.
“There are positives to take, but we are sick of having to take positives out of games,” Finn told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
“We need to start winning, that’s the simple, harsh reality of it. Hopefully over the next couple of weeks we can start doing that, but I’m sure the Giants are thinking exactly the same.
“We know we’re capable of winning games, and once we start believing that and playing to our potential I think things will start to happen that way.”
Finn has also been quick to praise new Wakefield head coach Chris Chester who has renewed optimism at the club after his recent appointment following Brian Smith’s departure.
“One of the things Chezzy [Chester] has alluded to straight away is that we need to start believing in ourselves,” he said.
“That can be a big thing in rugby league, having belief in yourself. If you are playing without it you’ve no chance. Hopefully he will bring that in.”