- Tyler Dupree looks ahead to Friday night’s clash against Leigh Leopards in the final round of the regular Super League season.
- Dupree: “It’s a big game but one we’re looking forward to as there’s a piece of silverware and a home semi-final on the line.”
- Watch full match previews with Tyler Dupree and Matt Peet on Wigan TV HERE.
Tyler Dupree looks ahead to Friday night’s clash against Leigh Leopards in the final round of the Super League season.
The forward signed for the Warriors from Salford Red Devils in July, and speaking on life at Wigan, Dupree said: “I’m loving it here and I feel like I’ve really settled into the place. Being around the lads, the coaching staff and the facilities here at Robin Park is only going to make me better as a player.”
Speaking on working with Matt Peet, Dupree said: “He’s been great and just what I needed from a coach. He gives me the rough and the smooth at the same time which is helping improve my game, and he’s a coach who knows how to get the best out of all his players.”
Looking ahead to Friday night’s clash against Leigh Leopards, Dupree said: “It’s a big game but one we’re looking forward to as there’s a piece of silverware and a home semi-final on the line. There’s a lot riding on it, but we’re treating each remaining game as a Grand Final – even if we have to take the long route we have a group here that are willing to do whatever it takes.”
The Warriors have won eight Super League matches on the bounce, and speaking on form, Dupree said: “It wasn’t a matter of if we found form, it was more when we found the form which we’ve hit at a good point in the season. There’s good morale and culture around the team and you can tell that everyone is in this together. We’ve picked up a lot of wins recently and we’re hoping that continues.”
Read Matt Peet’s preview ahead of the clash against Leigh Leopards online HERE.