posted on 21 June 2014

Pita Godinet says the Wildcats won’t be relaxing despite having re-established an eight-point gap on the bottom two clubs.

Pita Godinet says the Wildcats won't be taking Super League survival for granted.

With the threat of relegation reintroduced in 2014, Trinity have spent much of the season in the lower reaches of the table but victory over London Broncos meant James Webster’s side are looking up the ladder rather than over their shoulders.

Despite that, neither Webster nor Godinet showed any signs of easing up and assuming safety was guaranteed, starting with the tough test of hosting the reigning Champions and league leaders Wigan.

“Obviously the conditions against London didn’t suit us and we had to change our game plan throughout the game.  We didn’t really play our best and they played well in the conditions so we were just happy to get away with the two points.

“Our mindset this week is to try and back it up and come in with the right attitude and effort.

“Any win will give you confidence.  It’s just a matter of backing it up which is a challenge this Sunday against Wigan.  They’re running pretty good and are a good team so we need to try and get them back from earlier in the year when they gave us a hiding at their ground.

“We’ve probably got to train the hardest we’ve ever trained this week. Whatever team he (Shaun Wane) fields this week they’ll all be putting in 100% and hopefully we can come away with the result.”

You can listen to the full interview with the Samoan on the Wildcats Audioboo channel.


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