The Wildcats dominated the game, and won 44-24. Webster feels that they could have scored more points, however, and that there is plenty of room for further improvement in his team.
“I thought we kept inviting them back into the game,” Webster told reporters after the game.
“The game was in the balance with 15 minutes to go but I honestly thought, if we had put our foot on the pedal from the start, we could have blown them away.
“I thought we could have put them away a lot earlier than that.”
Webster was particularly pleased with winger Chris Riley, who scored a hat-trick of tries.
“Chris Riley is a great player. We were really lucky to be able to get him,” Webster added.
“I was really surprised Warrington allowed him to come on loan. He’s been fantastic for us.
“Chris Riley is a great player. We were really lucky to be able to get him. I was really surprised Warrington allowed him to come on loan. He’s been fantastic for us.
“There is still a lot of improvement in us but we’ve got some players that can score us some points.
“We’ve got a week off now, which is good because we’ve picked up a couple of knocks. We won’t get ahead of ourselves but we’ve improved and I am very happy.”