Wigan head coach has Shaun Wane praised his players for going toe-to-toe with Hull FC and coming out of the other end to book their place in the Grand Final next week.
Wgan lead early, but were pegged back by the Black and Whites in the second half, until two late tries secured victory.
“Hull are a good club. They are well coached and have good players so that makes that victory good,” Wane told Sky Sports.
“We have been under the pump this year but we stay in games and I am very proud of my players.
“They are a lot bigger than us. They are a huge team and very well coached and I have every respect for them.
“For our players to stand up, with the injuries that we have had, and get the win was tremendous.”
Warrington lie in wait for the Warriors at Old Trafford and Wane admitted it will be a difficult task.
“Tony [Smith] has done a fantastic job this year and they are a worthy team to be there,” he said.
“This will be our fourth year on the trot and we have only got one so I don’t like driving out of there with nothing.
“We will have a good week. We are trying to challenge Warrington. They are a good team and it will be a massive challenge but we will be up for it.”