Wigan Warriors winger Liam Marshall is confident that the team can get a result when they travel to face Castleford on Friday, following Saturday's dramatic win away at Hull FC.
Despite heading into the game understrength, the Warriors were able to snatch a 14-10 victory in the closing stages of the contest, and Marshall believes they can repeat the feat against the Tigers later this week.
"Castleford are a tough team to play, even if you head into the match with a full-strength team, but we can't focus too much on who we have missing. If the 17 players do their job, we give ourselves a chance," said Marshall, who hailed the return of the team's will to win and positive mental attitude in Saturday's win.
"The desire was definitely there against Hull. In the last three weeks, it's been a bit low in camp and a couple of the losses have come from them wanting it more than us, which is like a dagger to the heart, it hurts your pride."
Marshall also reserved praise for Sean O'Loughlin after the veteran produced a superb 80-minute performance, and played a key role in the Warriors' winning score in the closing stages of the contest.
"He's something else, that fella. He's like a fine wine, he gets better every year," said Marshall.
"To put in 80 minutes, in those conditions, is just outstanding, but we come to expect it these days, because it's Lockers."
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