Shaun Wane wants his Wigan side to improve on their performances in 2016 against an in-form Hull FC at the KC Stadium tomorrow night.
The Warriors are unbeaten in Super League so far, with wins in all three of their opening games against Catalans, Huddersfield and Salford.
Despite this, Wane is adamant that 2015’s Grand Finalists have yet to hit top gear, and says they must aim to reach that level if they are to overcome the Airlie Birds tomorrow.
“We’ve not played well yet and we’ve won three games, we will click soon and we’re going to have to improve on our performances this Friday,” Wane told Wigan’s official website.
“I’ve watched all of their games and they’re a very good attacking team. If you look at the size of Hull they’re bigger than nearly all the NRL teams. They’re really big which is the opposite to us, we understand that and I’m not sure what we’ll do on the bench yet.”
Wane has also hoping his side can be clinical with ball in hand and the error count as low as possible otherwise it could be a long night for Wigan at the KC Stadium.
“We don’t need to be flashy,” he said.
“We need to keep hold of the ball for as long as possible when we have it. Turning cheap ball over to them, with the size of their team will take some juice out of us so we need to be very smart, our completions need to be high, our execution needs to be good, if we win by 1 points or points I just want to win this game.”