Warrington coach Tony Smith says the Wolves can get better and have yet to hit their peak form.
Warrington disposed of Hull KR 38-8 today at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
“We had a real mix,” Smith said.
“I thought there was some brilliance and some mediocre. Our defence was pretty much on.
“I thought we were fairly dominant in a lot of areas but they stuck with it. They kept fighting away.
“A lot of credit goes over to Hull KR because they could have easily caved in. They’ve got a lot of spirit.”
The Wolves are unbeaten after victories over Leeds and the Robins. But Smith feels there is improvement ahead.
“There’s more from us to come,” he said.
“We lost our way at times today. We over-played our hand at times. We’re far from the finished article.”
“Tom Lineham had some spectacular finishes,” he said.
“He’s a quality finisher. I thought Chrissy Sandow was top-class again today.
“Best overall on the pitch was super Benny Westwood. Daryl Clark was really sharp again.”
Smith expects Joe Westerman to be right for Warrington’s next game after suffering a stinger.
“He’s fine, he went back on,” he said.
“It was just a stinger.”