Wigan coach Shaun Wane admits he is close to running out of superlatives for full-back Sam Tomkins after the Warriors star decimated London Broncos in a 64-6 romp at the Stoop.
Tomkins ran in three tries, created three more and toyed with the Broncos from start to finish as the visitors maintained their grip on top spot in Super League.
For Wigan it was an eighth straight Super League triumph, leaving London mired at the wrong end of the table.
Wane said: "What can you say - Sam is a total one-off.
"He really is a class act - his competitive nature in training and on the pitch is a joy to see.
"His individual try he scored today was one of the best I have ever seen.
"I just wish we had more players who had that attitude.
"For us to come here today and put on a performance like that leaves me ecstatic.
"Our attack was really crisp and I thought our concentration levels throughout were fantastic."
The Warriors raced out of the blocks and rarely looked back, with Josh Charnley, Pat Richards twice and Tomkins all crossing within the first 15 minutes.
Richards then added his third, with Tomkins and George Williams adding further tries for a 38-0 interval lead.
Any thoughts that Wigan may have eased off after the break were soon put to bed, with Ben Flower, Tomkins, Charnley (two) and Sam Powell running in additional scores.
For the shell-shocked Broncos, a consolation try from Luke Dorn was as good as it got.