Wigan coach Adrian Lam saw some positives in their defeat at St Helens, and is confident they can return to winning ways very soon.
The Warriors lost their fifth game in a row on Sunday night as they went down to a 24-6 defeat at rivals St Helens.
Lam said: “It was a weird game to be honest. We had a lot of penalties go against at critical times.
“There were moments there where I was really proud of them, especially their front-foot defence.
“The last month has been really difficult – we’ve lost confidence and we’re in a bit of a rut – but hopefully we’ll get some bodies drip fed back over the next month.
“I know five losses in a row is not ideal but I know in my heart we will turn the corner very soon and, when we do, we will get on a roll. I can sense and feel that because of our actions.”
Wigan will aim to return to winning ways on Saturday when they take on Huddersfield at the DW Stadium.