Shaun Wane pleased with Wigan Warriors courage

Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane praises his players' "guts and courage" after Friday's 17-17 draw with Warrington Wolves in Super League.

Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane has praised his team's "guts and courage" after Friday's 17-17 draw with Warrington Wolves in Super League.

The home side had a 17-16 lead going into the final three minutes at the DW Stadium, but a Lee Briers drop goal made sure that the points were shared.

"It was a good effort from our players," Wane told Sky Sports News.

"I'm a little frustrated because I thought we could have done better but the courage and guts we showed in our defence was outstanding.

"We were nowhere near our best - we put ourselves under pressure with the penalty count - but overall I'm fairly pleased with that."

Friday's draw has moved the Warriors to the top of the Super League table.

Warrington Wolves player Ryan Atkins is tackled by Wigan Warriors player Matty Smith on February 8, 2013
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