Wakefield Trinity full-back Scott Grix says the team has major momentum, as they prepare for Sunday's match against Huddersfield Giants.
The match has been rescheduled for Sunday from Friday, due to the adverse weather conditions.
Wakefield will be aiming to continue their unbeaten start to the season, after enjoying four victories so far, following an impressive campaign in 2017.
Grix was one of several Trinity players to feature at last year's World Cup, and he reports that there's been no shortage of impetus since their return.
"The biggest thing we noticed when we came back from the World Cup was there wasn't as many headaches as last pre-season. We're hoping that puts us in good stead further down the line," said Grix, who has hailed the performances of Tom Johnstone and Bill Tupou so far this season.
"When people like Tom Johnstone or Bill Tupou are sticking out and putting in the sort of performances they have been doing, normally at a club like Wakefield they are gone by now, so it's good to see that's not been the case."
At 33, Grix also added that he is eager to play on beyond the end of the current season.
"I'm pretty confident I'm looking after myself enough for my body to be right and, as long as I'm doing it on the pitch and somebody sees a spot for me, I'd love to play on as long as I can," he said.
"I've always been confident body-wise to deal with the age."
Wakefield are 10/11 to win Sunday's game with a -4.5 handicap, while Huddersfield can be backed at 10/11 with a +4.5 handicap.
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