Wigan head coach Shaun Wane has hailed his players to come behind and show character to snatch a win over Warrington.
The Warriors secured a 35-28 victory against Warrington at the Haliwell Jones Stadium.
“We had a lot to come back from and I am very proud of their efforts. I am really pleased with that win,” Wane told Sky Sports.
“In our changing room, I know everybody writes us off and I mean everybody, in our changing room we have some belief.
“Warrington are a fantastic club, great ground, great atmosphere, they are a very, very good team and it makes the win all the more satisfying.”
Wane singled out praise for 20-year old Jake Shorrocks, who came on to replace the injured Sam Powell.
“I thought Jake Shorrocks did well coming on for Sam [Powell], losing our deputy dummy-half and putting Jake on who is a young kid.
“We had a few good performances.
“We weren’t fantastic but we did enough to win the game and it is really satisfying to come and win in that manner.”