Wigan coach Shaun Wane believes Leeds will bounce back and be challenging for titles at the end of the season despite suffering another loss.
The Rhinos went down 28-6 to the Warriors. Wigan remain undefeated in Super League in 2016.
“Our attack was a lot better in the second half,” Wane told Sky.
“But I’m still impressed with the win, it was a tough win. I’m impressed with their attitude and their desire they showed in these games. Our attack clicked today.
“They’re busted, we lost George before the game and we’re busted. It was two teams just having a go, low on numbers. I’m sure Leeds will be back, there’s no doubt about that.
“There’s too many good players and Brian’s a really good coach. They’ll be there challenging for everything at the end.”
Wigan forward John Bateman was named as man of the match.
“We’ve been a bit scratchy at the start of the season,” he said.
“But we’re starting to click now. “
Winger Dominic Manfredi said it was a grinding encounter.
“It was a real tough game, we had to grind that win out.”