Warrington hooker Daryl Clark emphasized the need to forget the terrific win against Brisbane after the Wire suffered a third straight Super League defeat.
Salford ran out 24-14 winners against the Wolves at the AJ Bell Stadium.
“It was a good win against Brisbane but you don’t get two points for that game,” Clark said.
“We can’t really dwell on that too much.
“We just need to move on now and starting picking points up.”
Clark thought they never had a chance of snatching a result against the Red Devils because of the amount of mistakes they made.
“There were too many errors and too many individuals off their game,” he added.
“If a team turn up like that then you’re going to get beat.”
After a dominant first half from the Red Devils Warrington managed to grab a foothold but struggled to progress which was frustrating for Clark.
“We got ourselves back in the game but it was disappointing when we got there,” he said.
“We pegged it back to 14 all but there were too many errors whether that was interceptions or kicks out on the full as we were chasing the game.
“You’re never going to win a game late on coming up with stuff like that.”