JOE Greenwood believes there's still more to come from Wigan and himself after the Warriors 30-10 win over St Helens.
Greenwood faced his former side at the Totally Wicked Stadium for the first time since leaving for the NRL in 2016.
The 25-year old told the Warriors' official website: "We've still got a lot to prove. Our ambitions are still to push for that home play-off tie, to pick up a few wins to do that."
He added: "There's a few players who are leaving, so we dedicated that performance in their last derby to them.
"I'm still getting used to how Wigan want me to play. Arriving halfway into the season when they've already played 20-odd games was always going to mean that I needed to adjust, get some match fitness under my belt and there's still some details that I need to focus on but I'm happy with where I'm at."
Wigan Head Coach Shaun Wane described it as his side's best win of the year. He said: "I'm happy with the way we are playing."
On the extra emotion of it being his final derby game he said: "I've enjoyed coming here and we've had some good hidings and good wins."