Warrington coach Tony Smith says his team will get a grand final victory soon after falling to Wigan yesterday at Old Trafford.
It was the Wire’s second defeat to Wigan in grand final in four years, after losing to the Warriors in 2013.
But Smith is confident his club is on the right track.
“We had a few opportunities throughout the game where we crossed the try line, or was close to doing so,” he said.
“We needed to take those chances. It was not to be tonight.
“It was costly in such a tight match.
“I knew it was going to be tight match and that is how it panned out.”
“Maybe the last couple of years (of defeats) was the difference for Wigan. That may be the bit that got them over the line. That is what we will have to do.
“We will get that win soon, I thought that would be today. I am pretty confident it will happen soon.
“We are pretty close but did not quite get there. To be the best you have to win the Grand Final you have to be consistent all season and then step up in the final.
“That is pressure, but still the ultimate test.”