WINGER Peter Fox believes he is in the best form of his career at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Speaking ahead of Trinity's Stobart Super League XVII clash at Bradford Bulls on Sunday, the 27-year-old said: "I am extremely happy with my own game. I couldn’t be any happier.
"I seem to be playing the best rugby of my career. There isn't loads of pressure on you [at Wakefield] and I am enjoying my rugby."
Following the 44-40 loss at Leeds Rhinos last Monday, Fox is urging his team to bounce back at Odsal.
He said: "It has taken us a while to gel as a team and get the combinations right. It is paying off now but we aren’t far away from an 80-minute performance and hopefully on Sunday we can come up trumps.
"We were bitterly disappointed with Monday’s performance. Attacking-wise we have got it but you can’t let 44 points in and expect to win the game. We have got a lot to work on but there are positives there.
"Bradford beat us quite well at our ground so hopefully we can get to winning ways again and get a run to the end of the season."
Fox added: "I think we have been our own worst enemies. We have dropped the ball in our own half, switched off at times and given away easy tries.
"If we fine tune those areas we can be competing at a top-eight standard."
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