Defence has been an issue for the Warriors but coach Brian McClennan wants more on attack as they prepare to play the in-form Newcastle Knights.
The Warriors put up a gutsy defensive effort in their NRL clash with the Broncos in the Brisbane rain last Friday but couldn't get their attack together as they went down 10-8.
The Warriors suffered from a rare off-night with the boot from James Maloney but McClennan didn't think that was the problem.
"It was probably one of our best defensive performances of the year ... but we lost the balance, we lost a bit of our attack."
"Mostly the reason we didn't come up with the points against Brisbane was more through execution and our option-taking in attack as opposed to goalkicking. We've got it in us to score more than two tries in a game."
Aiding the Warriors' attack will be the return of centre Konrad Hurrell after missing the Broncos game with a foot injury.
"He's a very special talent. He's very powerful and very quick, has great agility and he's improving defensively as well," McClennan said.
"To have him back gives us a nice balance for our attack."
The Knights are two points below the Warriors on the NRL but come into Saturday's clash at Mt Smart Stadium after a 32-6 thrashing over Manly in the last round.
"They've won three of their last four so we've got a healthy respect for them," he said.
"We've had a good look at them and have come up with a game plan we think will suit best against them."
With seven rounds to go the Warriors need to start winning more often to secure a playoff spot but McClennan says that isn't their focus."We don't really discuss that. The pressure for us is trying to get that complete performance."