Ahead of Bradford Bulls' trip to Warrington Wolves in the Challenge Cup, Luke Hopkins spoke to their winger Dalton Grant.

How did the team respond to the win over Coventry?

"The response from the team has been very good. We definitely needed the win after the Workington result.

"We'd recapped it the week before in training and we could easily see the tiny things we'd done wrong to allow Workington to stay in the game and eventually nick it.

"It was a comfortable win in the end but the lads stayed professional in the manner that they won the game."

How are you feeling about playing Warrington on your birthday?

"I'm feeling very good about it actually. Obviously all my friends and family are coming up from Wales so that only adds to what is already going to be a special day.

"In terms of the game itself, we as a squad are never thinking ahead of the game that's in front of us, no matter who we play.

"Ever since I got here, focusing on the game coming up has been the way we've done it. There's a big task ahead and we're going to put a marker down to show how we're progressing.

"A lot of the players haven't played Super League, which will be a huge learning curve for them."

What do you think this game offers Bradford?

"Well it obviously offers us the opportunity to advance in the tournament, with the potential of causing a huge upset.

"Also that we're a good team that's heading in the right direction, with the main aim of getting promoted, and the opportunity to play in a big stadium against the top of the Super League."

Will the thought of winning the game be in the back of the players' minds?

"Oh, it'd be absolutely amazing to win the game and while we're underdogs, I know that we're a very good team that can hang with the top of the Super League.

"At the end of the day, you never know what will happen in sport, particularly rugby league.

"I've no doubt we'll put our best effort into the game and make everyone associated with the club proud."