JORDAN Turner is expecting Saints to bounceback from the disappointment of last weekend when they take on London Broncos this Saturday.
And the former Hull FC centre believes the club will come out of this period better off.
“It was massively disappointing but even when down to 12 men we expected to win it,” he said. “In the second half we had chances to win it and we have missed out on what would have been a memorable day.
“We were flat after the game and the day after, but we can’t do anything about it now and have to get two points this weekend.
“We need a win, but that is the same every weekend and this weekend is no different. It’s a big game for us.”
Predominately a centre, Jordan moved out to the wing on Saturday when Francis Meli was sent off – a position he wasn’t expecting to be in.
“It was a new one to me,” he added. “But these things happen and I am more than happy to fill in wherever the coaching staff want me to. I will do the best for the team and if that means playing in other positions I will. It’s been the same since I was a kid really, I just want to play and get into the team on merit.
“We do have a lot of players out at the moment but that does give us some confidence too. The fact we have big name injured players out – the younger lads are coming in gaining a lot of experience. They are improving and that set us in good stead for the future.”