Warrington Wolves started the season in red hot form with eight wins in a row but have lost the last two.
Those two games have been against last year’s top two in the shape of Challenge Cup holders Wigan Warriors and Super League and World Champions St Helens.
They have competed but haven’t found the points to compete in these huge games and Kevin Brown has said they looked “void for ideas” in their defeat to Wigan.
He said: “I think that they’ll have taken eight from ten at the start of year, they’d have snatched your hand off.
“I think the break has come at the right time for them. They do need to reset and go again because they didn’t just get beat at the weekend, they got well beaten.
“I went to the game against Wigan before and they looked void for ideas, they didn’t look like they could get through that Wigan defence.
“There’s a few things that they need to fix albeit they’ll be happy with where they’re sat in the table.”
The Wolves this week welcome bottom club Wakefield Trinity as they look to get their season back on track after this recent dip.