Dai Young is unhappy with his Wasps side's display against Gloucester Rugby, despite winning 23-3.
Wasps head coach Dai Young has slammed his team's lack of clinicality, despite watching them beat Gloucester Rugby 23-3 earlier this afternoon.
A second half red for Gloucester winger David Halaifonua meant that Wasps were never going to look back after Christian Wade had given them an early lead.
A penalty try, and two conversions and three penalties from Ruaridh Jackson and Elliot Daly respectively, helped wrap up the points for the Coventry-based side.
Yet that was not enough to impress Young, who said: "We made seven line-breaks but didn't take enough of them.
"We are creating opportunities but our conversion rate isn't good enough.
"We had the game won after 60 minutes but we didn't kick on. From the side we looked to have switched off in the last 20 minutes as we lacked accuracy and our discipline faded."
Wasps have now won two out of their four games this season and sit in eighth in the Aviva Premiership.
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