Ratchford backs Wolves to show teeth
Warrington's Stefan Ratchford has backed his team-mates to put recent setbacks behind them and prove they are still the team to beat.
Half-back Ratchford is currently unavailable for selection, having suffered a shoulder injury at the end of last month. He watched on from the sidelines as the Wolves were humbled by form side Catalan Dragons on Easter Monday, but refuses to admit that the team have lost their touch. "If we're not winning by 60 or 70 points every week, it's like there's a crisis going on. I'm sure that, in the next few weeks, we'll knuckle down, get our completion rates up and we'll throw a few big performances and wins out there," he said. The Wolves face Keighley in the fourth round of the Challenge Cup on Sunday afternoon and are expected to win by a handsome margin. And, while Ratchford is unlikely to feature in the early rounds of the competition, he is eyeing a return to action in time for any challenge for silverware. "Hopefully I'll be back within the next six weeks. It's just a case of doing the best rehab I can, seeing the physio and getting back as soon as possible," he added. Ratchford is in his first season at the Wolves, having left home-town club Salford at the end of last season to link up with the 2011 League Leaders' Shield winners.