While happy to have snapped their losing streak and claimed their first win of the NRL season, the Warriors coach Andrew McFadden believes consistency remains a cause for concern.
The Warriors broke an 11 game losing streak that stretched back to last July with last night's 40-18 win over the Newcastle Knights in Auckland.
McFadden felt his side played better in their last two games which they lost, but he'll take the much needed victory.
"It means we got two points, we're off our 11 game losing streak, it's a win, but we're not going to get carried away with it.
"Like I said I thought we peformed better last week and lost. It is an important game for us because we needed to get that monkey off our back and we needed to get some confidence in our game and you saw that you saw that in the second half where they started to feel it so that's important."
McFadden said the Warriors still have plenty to work on.
"Oh look we've just got to be consistent so it's not like any other NRL team's not going to go through this there's waves of performance.
"We found a way to win today and we need to be consistent with our effort, I thought we were inconsistent with that today but you know every team will have that period throughout the year and we've just got to keep at it."
The home side was strengthened by the return from injury of Isaac Luke and Manu Vatuvei, who both scored tries, and the promotion from reserve grade of popular centre Konrad Hurrell.
The Warriors scored seven tries, with Solomone Kata, Ben Matulino, Blake Ayshford, Tuimoala Lolohea and Shaun Johnson also crossing the line.
The Knights reached an early lead following tries to Sam Mataora and Dane Gagai before the Warriors drew level at half-time, 12-12.
The second half was one-sided, with the Warriors running in five tries - although they were disappointed to let Nathan Ross slip through to grab one back for the visitors.
The victory pushed the New Zealand team up two places, from second to last on the ladder into 13th, while the Knights dropped to 15th.
Next week, the Warriors will hope to record back-to-back wins with an away game against the bottom-of-the-table Sydney Roosters.