Greg Inglis has made a try-scoring return to rugby league but the former NRL superstar was still critical of his performance in his Super League debut.
After a quiet opening 40 minutes, Inglis crossed for a four-pointer in the second half of the Wolves' 50-26 comeback victory over Hull KR - powering and twisting out of three attempted tacklers in the 51st minute to celebrate his return from a more than two-year absence.
However, the former Kangaroos and Queensland State of Origin ace was not getting carried away and barely gave himself a pass mark after his first game in 26 months.
"It wasn't great but I knew I wasn't going to be great," Inglis was quoted saying by the Warrington Guardian.
"First half I was below-par, probably be a 5 or a 4 out of 10. Second half, it would probably be a 7."
Inglis, who retired from the NRL in 2019, reversed his decision to call it quits by joining Warrington on a one-year deal - linking up with them in January.
After missing out on the club's first five games of the season the 34-year-old was given the nod by Australian Steve Price to start his first game since playing for South Sydney against St George Illawarra Dragons in March 2019.
"I've been here for four months now... and it's just been slow progress," Inglis said.
"I had some setbacks with little injuries, little niggles, but that's what happens when you've been out of the game for two years... But to get out there and to finally play 80 minutes with this bunch of guys is rewarding."
Inglis admitted to pre-game nerves and said it will be a while before his fitness is where he wants it to be.
"It could be three games, or it could be four," he said.
"We'll just keep going week to week and I'll obviously get better as the weeks go on.
"There were massive nerves before the game.
"I've always got nervous before games back home, but these were a different type of nerves especially with it being the first game after two years at a competitive level."
The 34-year-old Inglis started at left centre before finishing the game at fullback, shifted there midway through the second half to cover an injury to No.1 Matty Ashton.
"The message came out and I was like 'Are you serious'? Wind the clock back," Inglis said of his move to the back.
"I'm starting to feel sore and stiff now, so I'll definitely be sore and stiff tomorrow."