KIWI centre Bryson Goodwin says Warrington cannot keep on losing with two derby battles on the horizon.

Wire's defeat to Huddersfield at The John Smith's Stadium on Thursday night made it back-to-back defeats at the start of Super League for the second season in a row.

And with derbies against Widnes on Friday and Wigan the following week, the former Souths man says Wire have to turn their form around.

"It is only round three but we know we can't keep on losing so it will be important to find a way to win.

"Widnes is pretty close to home so it should be a pretty good rivalry."

And he said Warrington have to be better than they were in the 20-6 defeat to the Giants.

"Obviously the team and everyone involved is not happy with what we dished up out there," he said.

"We knew the conditions but it was a poor display on our behalf, we have to be better than that."

Danny Brough was again tormentor in chief with his kicking pinning Warrington back and bamboozling the defence.

But Goodwin say Wire made it 'too easy for him'.

He added: "We made it too easy for him, we handed him the ball and made the game easy for him."

Goodwin, who joined Wire from Leigh in the off season, says he has been pleased by his own personal performances at the start of 2018 but believes the team is more important.

"I am pretty happy with how I am going at the moment but I am more worried that the team starts getting the results," he added.