The Wolves lost the match at the Halliwell Jones Stadium by a single point, a late drop goal sealing a 27-26 win for the Airlie Birds.
England felt that Warrington had only themselves to blame, after surrendering a significant second-half lead.
“It was pretty gutting, I don’t think they should have got into the position where it came to a drop goal,” he said.
“But that’s what happened. As players and as a team we were very disappointed with that.
“We should have closed it, definitely. I think it was a lack of concentration and a few mistakes that us as a team shouldn’t be making.
“But that’s what happened, and we paid the price.”
The Wolves now find themselves looking up the Super League table at some of their rivals. They now sit in fifth place, seven points behind Leeds in top.
“We’ll be doing our best to close that gap and to win every game,” he said.
“As players, we want to win every game, and try and work our way up the table as best as we can.”