Wane warns rivals after Leeds romp
Wigan Warriors thrashed champions Leeds 50-8 at Headingley on Friday night and coach Shaun Wane insisted there is more to come.
Despite being without a raft of players through injury and suspension, Wigan dominated right from the start with Jeff Lima, Liam Farrell, Sean O'Loughlin, George Carmont and Thomas Leuluai crossing over, with Ryan Hall offering one try for the Rhinos in response.
The Leeds winger grabbed his second after the restart but Josh Charnley, Anthony Gelling, Brett Finch and Leuluai touched down for the Warriors as they inflicted the first 50-point defeat on the Rhinos in 16 years.
Wigan have now extended their lead at the top of the Super League table to three points but Wane insists that his team can get better.
"Under the circumstances it was a good effort to come to a tough place like this and face the world champions with our kids involved," Wane said.
"We were on fire today. Thomas Leuluai, Brett Finch and Sean O'Loughlin are really buying into what I'm trying to do but we've not peaked yet. We can play well in spells but it will come.
"We've done a good job today but we need to be at our best every week. I need to make sure we are consistent and I want to us to be more ruthless."