Wigan coach Shaun Wane paid credit to Warrington after the Wolves demolished his side 40-10.
Warrington were dominant in their 30-point win, which keeps them at the top of Super League.
“They beat us with line speed, their kicking, contact and ground work was much better,” Wane said.
“I’ve got no excuses, we were beaten by the better side. We showed toughness, we didn’t give in but we gave ourselves too much to do against a team that are red-hot.
“We gave away poor tries but we were gassed. When you’re defending more sets that what you should be, it’s a knock-on effect.”
Wigan were without a host of key players, including the Tomkins brothers, Sean O’Loughlin and Ben Flower.
“I’m happy with where we’re at, we’ve got some players coming back,” he said.
“For 25 minutes we challenged them but we lost field position, gave away sloppy penalties”
“They were too good for us, very very good team.”