Warrington Wolves head coach Tony Smith insists he is not worried about his side’s limp attack, after they posted just four points in defeat to Wigan last time out.
That is the lowest score the Wolves have managed to muster in a game since Smith took charge, but he believes his side just need to correct some small errors before their attacking spark returns.
“We can’t expect against a good defence or poor defence to score points when we turn the ball over on the second and third tackle,” he told the Warrington Guardian.
“If we are not making those sorts of errors and still not scoring points then we’ll be concerned.
“When there’s good reason for us to look at the Wigan game and say we didn’t build enough pressure and enough attack then it’s fairly obvious reasons – we need to rectify the simplicity of our mistakes.
“Some combinations and our kicking game wasn’t great, but the week before (at Salford) we were fantastic, so we want to become consistent and that takes time.”
The Wolves face Huddersfield Giants this Sunday at the John Smiths Stadium.