Coach Stephen Kearney believes the Warriors can get much better after his side produced some erratic attacking play in their 20-8 NRL win over the Titans.
The Warriors were thrilling to watch as they laid on four tries, but the score could have been even greater if they had shown better composure with the football.
Kearney was keeping a lid on celebrations after the match and said he'd emphasised the need for his side to play with better control as they aim to make it three-in-a-row with next Saturday's away clash with Canberra.
"The thing we're not getting carried away with here is we have a lot more improvement in us and we recognised that in the sheds after the game," said Kearney.
"It was a real tough grinding win and it was good to get the result."
Captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck was again outstanding, scoring a brilliant first-half try, and making three line-breaks while powering through a game-high 215 metres with the ball, while he also made some crucial tackles near the line.
The 24-year-old credited the trust the players have in their teammates as being the cornerstone for the side's strong start to the season.
"There's a lot of confidence in everyone just doing their role," said Tuivasa-Sheck.
"That's what we talk about, the coaches give us a plan and we just expect everyone to do their jobs.
"And the way they're doing it at training it gives them the confidence to turn up and do it on game day and it showed today."
Disappointed Titans coach Garth Brennan wasn't surprised by the Warriors attacking style and raved about their performances over the two opening rounds and the brilliant attacking ability of their key playmakers.
"I said during the week it was probably the best 80 minute performance I've seen from the Warriors, in my time being a footy fan," said Brennan.
"They were really controlled and backed it up there again today.
"Full credit to the Warriors, they were really good today and when they start throwing that amount of football around and it sticks they're a hard side to defend.
"They've got some class there with (Shaun) Johnson and Tuivasa-Sheck and when they're in that sort of mood they're in for a big day."
Titans captain Ryan James believes new Warriors playmaker Blake Green is one of the club's best ever signings and responsible for transforming the side into a much improved and more confident outfit.
"Green just adds a different dimension to the team," said James.
"He adds a bit of calmness and takes a lot of the kicking and pressure off Shaun Johnson and RTS, and they can do what they want when they want while Green just runs the team around.
"He's probably one of the better buys the Warriors have had."