Wigan coach Shaun Wane says his team’s attack deserves more credit after scoring 11 tries against Wakefield.
Wigan pumped Trinity 60-12 on Friday night.
In terms of points scored this season after 23 rounds the Warriors had amassed 455, which ranked them second lowest in Super League.
Leeds were bottom with 404 points, while Warrington were top with 675.
“I know we’ve been blitzed about our attack, but I thought we did some good things, though I’m not sure we’ll get the credit for it,” Wane told Wigan Today after the Wakefield game.
“We tweaked a few things in training and it clicked. I’m very pleased with the performance.
“I’m not getting carried away, we understood what we were up against – Wakefield are down on numbers.”