Radford knows the threat the Wolves carry in attack, and is hoping his side can continue their fine form in the top-of-the-table clash on Friday night.
“We’ve consciously just focused on the top four – that was the goal from the start of the year – and we’ve just made it about the week after because if two or three losses comes, then all of a sudden you are looking at a different scenario,” Radford told rugby-league.com.
“If we can perform well and beat a Warrington team peforming well, it would be a real shot in the arm for us.
“But we’re under no illusion, they’re a very good side and their left edge in particular is phenomenally strong, so defensively we’re going to have to be really tidy with our decision-making and our contact because they’ve got some big, physical players.
“Whenever we’ve played Warrington, it’s been at a good tempo and I think game will be no different.”