Wigan coach Michael Maguire claimed to have no interest in the Engage Super League table after his side stunned champions Leeds to maintain their lead on Friday night.
The resurgent Warriors produced a strong second-half showing to pile on the misery for the injury-hit Rhinos by powering to a 24-4 win at the DW Stadium. It was Leeds' fifth defeat from eight games but Wigan, having lost just once, are sitting proudly at the top.
"I don't look at it - all I am worried about is next week and St Helens is our next one," said Maguire.
"There are a lot of teams sitting right below us - from what I have been told - and I am only focused on next week."
Leeds coach Brian McClennan claimed he was proud of his patched-up side's efforts.
McClennan said: "It has been a tough few days with Kylie Leuluai and Brett Delaney also going down. I have been scratching my head and lost a bit more hair.
"So I am very proud of them. We got stuck in and had a good dig.
"At the 50th minute I thought we had them rattled a bit but, credit to Wigan, they came back strong and set some nice pieces up.
"They jumped away from us but, keeping it all in context, I think it was a good effort from our team."