Westerman: We must make most of our chances
JOE Westerman says missing out on two points at St Helens has made the Hull FC players even more determined to impress on Saturday.
Hull drew 22-22 at Saints a week ago and bid to return to winning ways with a tough test against unbeaten Warrington at the KC.
Denied a major scalp a week ago by their failure to take their chances, Westerman described the point at Langtree Park as a disappointment.
Up against another top-four rival this week, the back-row doesn't want a repeat of those mistakes and says his team-mates are eager to show their quality.
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"We were encouraged by our performance last week but, personally, I was gutted we didn't win," Westerman told the Mail.
"We missed some opportunities and we've worked hard in training this week to change that and make sure it doesn't happen again when we face Warrington.
"Our speed at the play the balls is one thing that can get better and we need to work on our timing, but that will come as we are getting to know each other with new halves.
"It was disappointing not to win and we are determined we get the two points this week."
Hull's unbeaten home record at the KC, which stretches back to April last year, is under major threat from a Wolves side regarded by many as favourites to finish top of the table.
Describing the KC as a place teams now fear to come to, Westerman says the KC atmosphere will play its part.
"It's electric at the KC with our crowd and teams don't like coming to us," added Westerman.
"They know they are in for a hard game, as will Warrington."