NATHAN Brown admits there is still much more to do even though his side recorded their fifth win in a row on Sunday.
They beat Wakefield 26-12 to consolidate fifth spot in Super League.
“We did some decent stuff but at times it was like opposite ends of the scale,” he said. “We weren’t consistent enough. We put ourselves in a good position early, but then made a lot of errors. We never seemed to get flowing.
“Wakefield are an interesting team. They are well coached and dangerous and there are other sides in the eight who don’t attack as well as they do. To keep them to ten was pleasing but we let ourselves down in small areas.
“Our start was good and at times our attack was too but we turned over cheap ball.
“We know we need to be a lot better than that going forward.”
He continued: “We have won five in a row and a couple before that so we are doing some good things well and the players are getting more consistent too.
“There are lots of things to be happy about but today some things stood out we have to work on.”