Shaun Wane says Wigan still have plenty to work on after winning their first Super League game since April over the weekend.
The Warriors’ 28-12 victory over Widnes on Sunday moved them up to seventh in the table, but Wane believes his team need to be more ruthless.
“I’m happy with the win, but I’m frustrated with some of the errors,” said Wane. “If we keep hold of the ball and stop the unforced errors we could have won by a bigger margin.
“That’s what we need to do, we need to be a bit more ruthless and we weren’t that today.
“Our defence was much improved, they got two tries from poor defensive errors, but apart from that we defended really well.
“We have made massive improvements, but we can’t mask over it. I don’t see it as a monkey off our back.
“I have got a fairly fit team, we have beaten Warrington to reach the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup, we have drawn against Huddersfield who are a very good team and we have beaten Widnes who are on the back of a few wins.”