Warriors skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has cast doubts over his future as leader of the side, after presiding over one of the most disastrous NRL seasons in the club's history.
The 22-21 defeat to the Manly Sea Eagles saw the Warriors equal their worst ever losing streak with eight straight defeats, meaning Sunday's clash with the Wests Tigers now looms as a vital fixture for the club to avoid the embarrassment of setting a new record altogether.
Speaking to media today, Tuivasa-Sheck said that his own form has suffered while in charge of the side, with the added responsibility hampering his on field ability.
"At times I've had my performance itself being below par," he said.
"I've been worrying about other players, and at other times telling myself I have to lead this group."
Tuivasa-Sheck also kept his cards close to his chest with suggestions he'll be removed from the job next season.
"If it's best for the team, that's what I keep saying."