WARRINGTON Wolve's young squad will move forward if they learn from the mistakes made in at Wembley.

Gary Chambers, director of rugby at The Halliwell Jones Stadium, said the pain of losing a Challenge Cup Final will only be felt fully if they don’t learn from what went wrong.

He explained a stop start first half, which included two sin bins and a number of penalties and unforced errors, contributed to a Wire side failing to find their rhythm when it mattered most.

He added: “We just didn’t get into how we can play. We like to get into a game cycle, but it was stop-start, dragged into touch, unforced errors, not getting ourselves in the right positions - so it just wasn’t how we like to play.

“We missed the jump on where our standards were and then we were chasing the game and you just can’t get into the rhythm then. We can break teams down but didn’t today.

“We have to understand this is going to hurt. But if we learn from our mistakes then we will move forward.

“We are on a journey and this is only really going to hurt us if we don’t learn from it.”

He said the players, 12 of whom were appearing in a final for the first time, are hugely hungry for success.

“These lads are desperate to do well but they know there is a process and we will keep going with that.

“This is probably the first time this season where we have not done what we can do for any sustained period.

“Maybe we didn’t give our best shot today but Wigan could say they didn’t allow us to and I will take that as well.

“We will learn from this one and find a way to move forward from it.”