After 12 rounds the Warriors again look set to fight for a top-eight spot. In saying that, they don't look capable of finishing any higher than eighth, maybe seventh if they go on a run.
A large factor in their recent good form has been young superstar recruit Reece Walsh. His arrival has completely reset the attack for the Warriors and has made them a far better side.
With captain and legend Roger Tuivasa-Sheck exiting the code at the end of the 2021 season, the Warriors will need to head into the player market to deliver the missing pieces.
I've tried to keep it realistic, i.e. I'm not suggesting the Warriors try and bring Cameron Smith out of retirement.
Let us know below who you believe would look good in the Warriors jersey for 2022 and beyond.
2. Reuben Garrick
David Fusitu'a and Ken Maumalo were once one of the most feared wing combinations in the game. Both are massive, frighteningly fast and can score tries for fun. Unfortunately that's not so true right now.
Maumalo does have five tries in ten games, however three of those came in a huge loss to the Storm, while he's gone three games without crossing the line since.
Meanwhile, Fusitu'a has yet to score in five appearances and hasn't been sighted since round five due to injury.
Perhaps it's time for a change. I still don't completely hate the idea of 'the Fus' moving into the centres, especially with Peta Hiku leaving the club at the end of the season.
Garrick has been told he can look elsewhere by Manly despite some incredible form. The 23-year-old has seven tries and is converting at 80% for Manly across 12 games.
He's promising, quick, can kick and suits the tall, athletic wing type the Warriors have enjoyed for so many years. Surely he wouldn't break the bank. Makes a lot of sense now that Manly look to be moving on.
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