Tony Smith insists his Warrington side won’t go away from their Super League style of play when they take on Brisbane in Saturday’s World Club Series.
A criticism of English team’s in the last two years is they have tried too hard to beat the NRL sides at their own game, resulting in a 6-0 series deficit to date.
However, the Wolves boss feels his side will stand a much better chance of overcoming the Broncos if they use their own methods, but of a higher quality than normal.
“The thing the fans like over here is open-attacking rugby league and people taking a chance here and there to come up with something unique, and it’s important that we produce some of that,” said Smith.
He added: “By all means we want a strong defence, but at the same time you have got to take some sort of risk when you have got the ball rather than five drives and a kick.
“There is a style in which people like to be entertained, it’s up me as the coach and the players to produce some of that to enjoy our game.”
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