Warrington centre Bryson Goodwin says they will have to be better than they were last week if they are to triumph in the Grand Final. Warrington shocked many in the game last week when they went to the home of the league leaders shield winners St Helens and came away triumphant to earn a place in Saturday’s Grand Final at Old Trafford.
They need to do that and more if they are to triumph over Wigan Warriors in Manchester and pick up their first Grand Final win, according to New Zealand international Goodwin.
“We fully believe in each other as a club. We know what we have what it takes,” he told the Warrington Gaurdian.
“We wouldn’t be here otherwise and that’s the same for Wigan.
“They’ve given us a few beatings and we know if we give them any little chance, they will put points on us very quickly.
“Their defence is great too, so we’re going to have to be really, really good.”