Captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck says the Warriors are growing in confidence as they look to continue their historic winning run in next Saturday's NRL clash against the Roosters.
The Warriors are unbeaten with Saturday's thrilling come-from-behind victory over Canberra giving them three wins to start the season for the first time in the club's 24-year history.
The win at GIO Stadium was also the first time since 2003 that they have won their first two away games to open a season, following their first-up victory over Souths in Perth, and the first time since 2015 that they have won consecutive games in Australia.
Tuivasa-Sheck said the three results have reinforced that they are on the right path, as they eye a fourth-straight season opening win and third-consecutive away victory against his former Roosters team in Sydney. They haven't won four games in a row since 2013 when they went on a five-match streak, which included their last victory over the Roosters at Allianz Stadium.
''The belief and confidence has been there right from the pre-season,'' said Tuivasa-Sheck.
''Now we've got a bit of evidence that what we're doing works. We just need to keep turning up and bring it to the next game.''
Halfback Shaun Johnson was the star with two clutch field goals in the last two minutes levelling the scores at 19-all and giving the Warriors the lead for the first time with 40 seconds remaining.
But two incidents involving front-rower Sam Lisone have added further controversy to their dramatic escape, with the 24-year-old facing a two-week ban for raising his elbow against Raiders' playmaker Aidan Sezer twice in as many minutes in the lead-up to both field goals.
The incidents came when Lisone made carries from the kick-offs, with Sezer left clutching at his neck following the first hit-up, and collapsing and again holding his neck after the second, before finding his way back into the defensive line.
On-field referees Grant Atkins and Jon Stone detected the incident but neglected to blow a penalty, however the NRL match review committee has hit Lisone with two grade one charges for dangerous contact.
Taking the early guilty plea on both would see Lisone suspended for one game, while he would need to contest one charge and win and take an early plea on the other to escape a ban.
Sezer was also involved in an earlier incident which saw Warriors' front-rower Adam Blair sinbinned and placed on report for a late shot in the seventh minute.
Blair has also been slapped with a grade one dangerous contact charge but despite having a prior non-similar offence in the last two years, will be free to play next weekend with an early guilty plea.
Coach Stephen Kearney added his voice to the chorus of teams unhappy with the refereeing crack-down around the play-the-ball and offside rule, but conceded his side needed to improve their discipline.
''It ended up 10-all but it just felt like we got hammered,'' he said. ''I could single out penalties where I just thought we didn't get the rub of the green.
''But it's something we need to look at because you just can't do that.''