Lenagan confident of Wigan revival
WIGAN WARRIORS CHAIRMAN IAN LENAGAN IS CONFIDENT THE BETFRED SUPER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS CAN QUICKLY GET THEIR SEASON KICKSTARTED.
Only points difference is keeping the Warriors off the foot of the table after losing four of their opening five matches, most recently to bottom club Huddersfield Giants.
Interim head coach Adrian Lam admitted he was “rattled” after his team’s latest defeat but Lenagan remains confident the champions can quickly arrest their slump as they prepare for Friday’s Grand Final rematch with Warrington Wolves.
“I don’t think it’s a crisis,” Lenagan said. “It’s been a disappointing start but we’ve got a good squad of players and they don’t become a bad squad of players overnight.
“It’s been hard and it’s difficult for our supporters but I’m sure there will come a point when we will all click back into action and there would be no better time to start than at Warrington on Friday night.”