AFTER watching his side thrash Wigan Warriors on their own turf, Steve Price insists Warrington Wolves must “remain humble.”

The Wire’s sixth Super League victory in a row saw them hammer their neighbours at the DW Stadium.

The 40-14 victory saw them score the most points in an away match against Wigan in their history, with Jake Mamo starring with a hat-trick of tries.

Price declared himself “ecstatic” with his side’s display but warned them against getting carried away, with Leeds Rhinos lying in wait on Monday.

“It was a really solid performance,” he said.

“They had lost three on the bounce and we knew they were going to be desperate – they still have a lot of quality in that team.

“I’m just ecstatic for the boys to put on 40 points. Defensively, we had to be really strong at the start.

“We came up with a couple of errors early in the game but defensively I was really pleased.

“We had a bit of a flat spot in the second half but we found a way to get that energy back and get the field position back.

“When you’re winning away from home and beating quality teams, you’re always going to get confidence.

“Our challenge is to remain humble, keep our feet on the ground and keep improving.

“The challenge is Monday now against Leeds, who are going to be desperate to climb that table.

“The games are coming thick and fast so we need to mentally refresh, get our mindset right and be ready to go on Monday.”

Tries from Connor Wrench, Mamo and Matt Davis saw The Wire make a superb start and move into an 18-0 lead.

They could have gone further ahead, having a try chalked off by video referee Ben Thaler before Stefan Ratchford dropped the ball over the tryline shortly before Sam Powell got Wigan on the board.

Mamo’s second interception effort stretched their lead after the break before quick scores from Willie Isa and Oliver Gildart briefly raised Wigan’s hopes of a comeback.

However, Jack Hughes and Ben Currie extinguished those ambitions before Mamo completed his hat-trick late on.

“There was a lot of intent in our actions through our forward pack,” Price said.

“We could have gone 24-0 up but it was unfortunate Stef got the ball knocked out of his hands on the line.

“Our right edge was outstanding with Hughesey, Stef, Mamo and Charners (Josh Charnley). They are potent on the left edge so we had to be really solid.

“There’s a lot of calmness out there and that’s what you need when you get a bit of pressure put on you.

“You need calm heads and we’re displaying that.

“I was really pleased with Connor. He ran with purpose and with intent to beat people.

“He made a number of line breaks and I was really pleased with his performance.

“I thought Josh (Thewlis) played really tough – he got knocked around a bit but I was pleased with his contribution.”