Briers is Back!After a shoulder (Versus London) then a shin injury (Versus Wakefield) the Wolves Club Captain is back and is raring to go in this weekends tough "must win" encounter with the Vikings.IT'S BEEN A STOP-START SEASON FOR YOU SO FAR. HOW FRUSTRATING HAS IT BEEN TO HAVE TO SIT ON THE SIDELINES?I'm not a good watcher, so it has been very frustrating. I did my shoulder after about 10 minutes of the London game, and the ankle went in the first tackle I made against Wakefield. The adrenaline gets you through the match itself, but it has been hard not being able to help in the games I've had to sit out.THERE DOES SEEM TO BE A GREATER TEAM SPIRIT AT THE CLUB THIS YEAR. IS THAT THE CASE?Last season was tough under the other blokes, but there is no doubt now that everyone wants to play for the club. Cul brought a lot of passion with him, he's Warrington through and through, and that's rubbed off on everyone. Last year I think it got to the stage where people were not enjoying it, but it's the exact opposite now.CHASING THE PLAY-OFFS RATHER THAN FIGHTING RELEGATION MUST HELP AS WELL, SURELY?It is too early to say where we will end up, but we have played together for a while now and that in itself breeds confidence. None of us want to go through what we suffered last season, especially with it being the final year at Wilderspool before we move to the new stadium. There have been signs that, while in previous years we may have given up against Saints and Bradford, at least there is a lot of character and spirit in the side.THE AUSSIES ARE OVER AT THE END OF THE SEASON. IS A GREAT BRITAIN SLOT ON YOUR MIND AS WELL?I would be lying if I said I wasn't thinking about it. But first and foremost I need to be playing well for Warrington. The way I see things, if you are doing well for your club and they are winning, then the rest will just follow suit naturally. Hopefully that will be the case with Great Britain this season.
01, May, 2003