Warrington centre Bryson Goodwin has hailed the recent performances of three of his team-mates.
The Wolves reached the Challenge Cup quarter-finals on Sunday as they defeated rivals Wigan 26-24 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
Warrington are flying high in Super League at the moment as well, sitting only behind St Helens in the table.
Speaking after their win over Wigan, Goodwin told loverugbyleague.com: “I think Daryl Clark has been really good for us in the middle, he controls the game well.
“Blake Austin and Stefan Ratchford have been playing really well too and we are really happy with the result against Wigan.
“We probably didn’t need the game to go the way it did but Wigan hung in there, dug deep and I think that’s the best they’ve played all year.
“It was nice to play with the sun out! It doesn’t hurt as much getting hit when it’s not cold and its beautiful when the sun’s out and even better for the fans, it was really good.”
Next up for Warrington is a home game against Hull FC on Saturday.