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LEWIS Murphy admits Wakefield’s survival fight is all about belief – win that and he can keep on having strange experiences.
Weird times like playing against boyhood heroes in Huddersfield pair Jermaine McGillvary and Leroy Cudjoe and trotting out at what is essentially a building site, with little noise on his wing.
The 20-year-old played a huge part in Trinity’s derby success at Castleford, which took them two points clear of Toulouse and two behind Warrington going into this weekend’s fixtures.
He admitted his displays are down to being told by boss Willie Poching, his staff and even players to show what he can really do.
That message goes for the rest of the side as they look to finish off the job.
Murphy said: “I’ve been told to back myself more and believe in my skill when I’ve got the ball in my hand.
“People have said there’s a reason why I’m in Wakefield’s first team, so I’ve been trying to express myself and produce my talents a lot more.