Warrington's Australian winger Joel Monaghan says he is impressed with the depth and quality of the Wolves squad, as they enter the Super League run-in.
Monaghan's side are second to champions Wigan with six games remaining.
He told BBC Radio Merseyside: "That's the difference between a lot of clubs. The top four or five teams have depth.
"We had a few missing in training and we still had 22 blokes out there. They could all easily slip into a position in the first team," he added.
Warrington travel to Harlequins on Saturday seeking to keep up the pressure on Wigan for the League Leaders' Shield.
Monaghan, who joined the Wolves from Canberra Raiders in December, says his side cannot allow complacency to creep in.
"We've been caught out a few times this year with games we should have won," he said.
"Salford did us and I think Hull FC and Catalans were games we should have won.
"There might be some changes for Saturday I think, as a few blokes have head knocks and a few injuries. But I think with the team we take down, we should get the two points."
Monaghan has scored 16 tries in Super League this season, including two in the win over Huddersfield in their last match.