Last weekend’s win against Salford took Warrington to a seven-game unbeaten streak.
Bradford have appointed a new coach in the shape of club icon James Lowes, and Ormsby knows that the Bulls will be keen to impress him.
“It’s just about doing ourselves justice. We know we can do a job, so we need to go and do it,” said Ormsby.
“We need to play the best we can play, to nullify anything that they do.
“We know they’ve got a new coach, so they’re going to be keen and trying to impress him.
“We’ve got to come with a little bit extra to show them that we’re ready for it.
“We’ve got to stick to our game plan and go out there and do what we’ve got to do.
“We’ve got be clinical in our skills and work hard for each other.”
Ormsby also scored a stunning try last weekend, the result of him spending more time working on his finishing skills.
“There’s no doubt it was a try,” he said.
“Tony Smith spoke to me about working on some attacking quality, and bringing more to my game.
“I’d been working on finishes in the corner, because as a winger you don’t get much space.
“You don’t know when it’s going to win you a game.”