Warrington boss Tony Smith was satisfied with his team’s second half showing as they came from behind to defeat Widnes 22-6 on Thursday.
The Vikings led 6-4 at half-time as the hosts struggled to find their feet, but Wire came out firing after the break to record their fourth win in five games.
On the victory: “It was a good workout and timely for us. We were disjointed in the first half which was understandable with another new half-back combination this week which took a bit of coming round to.
“I thought we were a bit rusty the way we were playing in the first half and we were rushing things and trying to throw passes when we didn’t need to instead of taking control of the ball and maybe taking the tackle and putting on a better play.
“But we got hold of things in the second half and our defence also got better which enabled to do more with the ball and come up with some good combinations.”