Castleford coach Daryl Powell firmly believes the best is yet to come from his side.
The Tigers came from being 15-14 down at the break against Wakefield to claim a 32-15 victory thanks to a superb second half performance on Friday evening.
Powell said: “At half-time we spoke about upping our intensity a bit.
“The main thing was getting bit a more control in the game and spend some time attacking their try-line.
“They dominated territory in the first half and we needed to flip that, which we did.
“There’s lots of improvement in us but we’ve won three from four and it’s a great start from us. We’re in a good place.”
Oliver Holmes, 27, marked his 200th appearance for hometown club Castleford with a try over neighbours Wakefield.
Powell added: “It went down well. He’s such a good character and very popular with the lads.
“I’m really pleased he’s been able to reach 200 games at such a young age.”