- Zak Hardaker speaks to Wigan TV after Sunday’s win over Wakefield Trinity.
- Warriors get off to winning start in the Betfred Super League restart and Hardaker stresses the importance of building on the two points.
- Watch the full interview on Wigan TV.
Zak Hardaker admits the Betfred Super League restart feels like pre-season mode and beginning a new season again.
Wigan’s No.1 scored a try, set up two and converted three goals on his 200th Super League appearance on Sunday afternoon as his side beat Wakefield Trinity.
Speaking to Wigan TV after the restart opener, the 28-year-old says the focus now is about building and improving on the 22-23 result at Emerald Headingley Stadium.
He said: “It’s just important to get the win – it’s like going back to pre-season and starting again. You want to build on wins and performances and that’s what we’ve got to do from today (Sunday).
“We played pretty well in patches. In the second half – towards the back ends of the sets – we didn’t finish very well. We kept turned the ball over cheaply, gave too many penalties away and were on the back foot defending our own line, but if there’s one positive we take from it – we defended our line really well.
“As Lammy (Adrian Lam) says – we’ve got things to work on. We’ve got a little turnaround now and we’ll focus on Leeds.”
You can watch the rest of the interview with Zak as he talks about getting off the mark with his first try of the season, praises Harry Smith and Wigan’s squad depth and describes the experience of playing with no fans in the stadium.
Click here to watch the full interview.