Adrian Lam admits he will be cheering on Leeds - and will be "doing cartwheels" if they beat Hull FC - after Wigan moved to within two points of Lee Radford's outfit.
Wigan today battered Wakefield 46-16 to move up to fourth and keep the pressure on third-placed FC, who face the Rhinos on Sunday.
"Absolutely I'll be cheering Leeds - and I'll be doing cartwheels if they win," said Lam. "I'm also hoping Salford can do us a favour and beat Catalans."
The Warriors - with a young pack - were outstanding as they raced into a 34-0 lead by half-time.
"We completed our first 10 sets, which was as good as it gets," said Lam.
"It's a period we wanted to be playing our best, and we're close to that but we've got a bit of work to do.
"But I'm proud, we had 10 missing from the overall squad, a lot of young boys in there, and they did a great job."
Among the youngsters was teenage prop Ethan Havard, who became the fifth academy-product to be given a debut by Lam this year.
"How good was he?" said Lam. "I watched him last year for England academy against the Australian Schoolboys and I thought he was one of the best on the field.
"He played 23 minutes I think and you can see he's got the right size and good footwork, and he has to keep improving and join us for pre-season training.
"I've got to give a big rap to our junior coaches and scouts, they make my job easy, I just need to pick them. There are plenty more of these boys lining up ready to come into our group."