Former Wigan Warriors and Bradford Bulls head coach Brian Noble has slammed Wigan as ‘appalling’.
The veteran coach – who regularly features as a pundit for the BBC on all rugby league games broadcast – believes the Warriors just lack potency in attack, though he did praise their ability to stay in games.
“I think they’re very one dimensional,” Noble said on BBC Five Live Rugby League.
“That being said, they are tough and resilient and they are finding a little bit of rhythm.
“They could trouble somebody, but their offence is appalling at the moment and that’s why they are truly not a threat.
“They are one of those teams that if you leave them hanging around in a game for too long, they are one of those that will pick you off with a kick play or something special from the likes of Zak Hardaker and Sam Powell.”
Wigan currently sit fourth in the Super League table with a fixture away at Hull FC on Saturday afternoon beckoning.