Tony Smith remained calm after Warrington held off a late rally by Wakefield for a tense 41-34 victory in West Yorkshire.
Wolves led 24-6 and 40-22 before the hosts caused a few nervous moments late in the game.
"I've been around long enough to win and lose, to lose games late on," Smith said. "I don't worry about those things and it is a good experience for the other games to come.
"I wouldn't want us to get into a position where we lose being in control but I don't worry about it.
"We like to work through things like that calmly.
"Our attack was good and I liked some of what we did but defensively we were way out."
Trinity coach Richard Agar added: "We were doing good things for large parts of the game but we know we have defensive things to work on too.
"This has been the hardest six weeks of our season and we were happy with large parts today.
"Defensively we were a little off and against a team with as much quality as
Warrington we don't need to give them a start.
"But I applaud us for coming back and we look like we have plenty of points in us."