Kyle Amor not yet sold on Warrington revival but says improvement is there

Last night Warrington Wolves battled back from 20-6 to beat Salford Red Devils 36-20.

They are top of the early league and have won all three games.

They did so in 2022 as well before finishing 11th but they do look much improved.

Speaking after the game Terry O’Connor spoke about the improvement of the Wolves saying they have a class squad.

“Are you going to ask the question: ‘Do you think it’s Warrington’s year,” O’Connor joked.

“I always look at Warrington as a club and I’m always impressed with the roster they have got, they have added some punch in the middle of the field.

“They have Daryl Clark and Danny Walker playing off the back of it, two class halfbacks, a class fullback, they have class all over the field.

“They’ve put together a really good squad for Daryl Powell.”

Meanwhile, Kyle Amor echoed this sentiment about his former club but he felt he needed to see a little more to get excited:

“I certainly think they’ve improved. That’s as far as I’ll go. Improvement is key. They still have Josh McGuire, Joe Philbin and a high quality young back in Connor Wrench to come back.

“They have depth and strength. But what will it look like in seven or eight games’ time? That remains to be seen.”

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