Warrington mean business in Super League - Chris Riley

Chris Riley
Riley scored six tries in eight matches for Warrington last season

Warrington winger Chris Riley says the Wolves are determined to win their maiden Super League title after last season's 26-24 play-off exit to Leeds.

Warrington did end the regular season with the Super League Leaders' Shield.

"I'm excited about the team we've got this year, just as I was last year," Riley told BBC Radio Merseyside.

"We've lost a few players but we've added to the squad and I think we can do some serious damage, and hopefully we can go far."

The Warrington squad have flown to Australia for a pre-season training camp and will play one friendly match against South Sydney at the Redfern Oval on Saturday, 28 January.

After scoring 1,072 points in the league last year, Riley believes the Wolves should have won the Super League title and is eager to make up for that disappointment in 2012.

"We felt as though we'd been robbed after the season that we had," continued the 23-year-old. "We scored the most points and had the least amount of points scored against us.

"We thought we had a fantastic season, but it doesn't mean anything unless you get to that Grand Final and lift that silverware up.

"We're going to work hard this year and I'm sure the goals we'll set this year are going to be nothing different to what they were last year. We're going to go out there and win some silverware."

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