Wakefield boss Chris Chester believes his team are peaking at just the right time after seeing them comfortably dispose of Widnes on Friday.
Mason Caton-Brown and Bill Tupou topped the scoring with two tries apiece as Trinity recorded a 36-8 victory to move into the top four.
“I thought the whole forward pack put in a fantastic effort and the two halves controlled the game for us,” said Chester.
“We were on the front foot and very dominant for 70 minutes out of the 80 after that first 10 minutes when we looked as though we had the pitch on our mind.
“I’m really pleased and proud of the efforts over 22 rounds and it’s all been about attitude, effort and desire and we had a hell of a lot of desire tonight.
“We scored some really fancy tries but what pleased myself and the rest of the staff was keeping them scoreless in the second half.
“We kept turning up for each other and came up with some excellent defence on our own try line.
“We are peaking at the right time and we can hopefully take that confidence through to the Super 8s competition.
“If we get a result next week against St Helens it will mean four home fixtures which will be massive for us.”