Warri Wolves forward, Joseph Osadiaye,has said his side will bench Giwa FC inWednesday's rescheduled Glo PremierLeague match day 2 clash at the WarriTownship Stadium.The Seasiders were unable to honour theleague clash at the weekend due to theircontinental assignment against theEthiopian side, Dedebit FC which ended2-0 in favour of Wolves.Osadiaye said his side will not treat any ofits matches with kid gloves as they aredetermined to end the season withsilverware.'We've regrouped and commencedtraining almost immediately for theleague clash against Giwa FC onWednesday in Warri.'The encounter is quite crucial being ourfirst home match of the season and wewant to record a convincingly win.'We've resolved to give our matches andopponents this season 100% undividedattention, we want to hang medals on ournecks and trophies at the end of theongoing season.'We don't want to make any furthermistakes that cheated us of silverware inthe immediate past season.'Our Caf Confederation Cup opponents,Dedebit FC have actually toughened usfor the encounter against Giwa FC andthey're certain to have it quite rough withus.'At least, we must defeat Giwa FC toprove to doubters that our hard earnedwin against Dedebit wasn't a fluke butwell deserved.'We want to maintain the momentum inthe home front ahead of the Cup reversefixture clash in Addis Ababa againstDedebit,' said the Nigerian marksman tosupersport.com.Warri Wolves were stunned 0-2 byNigerian top flight newcomers, Gabros FCin match day 1 encounter in Nnewi. Click here to read full news..