We can do better - Wane
Wigan coach Shaun Wane has warned his side that they must show improvement, despite a comprehensive win over Widnes on Monday evening.
The Warriors never looked like losing their match against the Vikings and were 16 points up within the first quarter of an hour.
But the away side rallied and two scored before half-time, pinning the Super League leaders back before the hosts truly exerted their dominance following the interval.
Star of the show for the Warriors was Josh Charnley, who scored three tries and kicked seven goals for a personal points haul of 26 points - just under half of his side's total 54-point tally.
But, though quick to heap praise on the young winger, head coach Wane was less that satisfied with several aspects of his side's performance, and has warned the players that they must be more clinical in attack and defence if they are to turn their advantage at the top of the Super League table into silverware later this season.
"We scored some good tries but I just think it was a little bit scratchy today. I don't think it was our best performance," said Wane, who admits that the absence of Thomas Leuluai with a broken leg has made life difficult for the Warriors.
"We've lost a couple of major members of our first-team squad, one of them in a major position for us in Tommy. He's a big loss."