Morgan Escare says he is more than happy to switch positions if it secures him a first-team place in 2018. Shaun Wane admits he has an ‘exciting’ headache this winter as he considers ways of accommodating both Escare and Sam Tomkins in the same line-up. Their spells in the team last year didn’t overlap. Frenchman Escare, 26, had a blistering start to his Wigan career but suffered a season-ending knee injury before No.1 Tomkins returned to action in the summer.
Ben Flower says Wigan are on a mission to hit past highs – admitting they have not been happy with their form for the past two years. The Warriors finished 2016 with a Grand Final triumph and backed that up with an historic World Club Challenge triumph, and an appearance at Wembley, last season. But Flower – on the comeback trail from an injury which cut short his campaign – says those highs have not papered over the cracks as they try and achieve even more next year.
Shaun Wane will use Wigan’s long pre-season to try out new halfback combinations. Morgan Escare’s return from injury has raised the prospect of him or No.1 Sam Tomkins switching positions. Their spells in the team didn’t overlap last season. Both are accomplished full-backs but Wane is open to the idea of one switching to halfback, rather than leaving one out of the side altogether. George Williams and Thomas Leuluai – both on duty in the World Cup – were the first-choice halfbacks last season.
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