Young does not want the impending arrival of Josh McCrone to be a distraction ahead of an important clash with Brothers on Sunday.
The former NRL playmaker will link with the Cherrypickers the following week after his stint in the Super League came to a premature end.
However coach Nick Hall doesn't want to focus too far forward as the club looks to regroup after a disappointing display against Tumut before the bye.
Instead he's looking for the side to get back into the top four with a win at Equex Centre.
"We've got to play one of the top sides, who are in good form," Hall said.
"Losses are opportunities to be better and you learn a lot more from your losses and we've definitely learnt a lot in the past two weeks are are hoping to be better.
"Brothers also had a loss against a top side on the weekend and I'm sure they are going to be better as well."
McCrone will only have limited preparation with his new teammates before he takes to Alfred Oval to tackle Kangaroos next week.
However the self-confessed football nerd has been keeping an eye on the team from afar.
"As soon as I thought there might have been an opportunity to go home and have a game there I've been following them pretty closely," McCrone said.
"They did well against Junee in round one and then ran into the two best teams in the comp the next two weeks and there is a bit of learning to come out of that."
Young are fifth on points deferential with a win over fourth-placed Junee before losses to Gundagai and Tumut.
Brothers are third after the Tigers inflicted their first loss of the season last week.
Hall doesn't expect to make any changes to the side.
"I've got a lot of faith in these guys and we will just keep going along and see how we go this weekend," he said.
"There are things I want to improve on for sure and I jiggled things around in the previous weeks but I was happy with how those changes went.
"We just got blown away in the first 15 minutes and we need to much better than that.
"We've got good enough guys and they have all proven they can do it and I like to think it is just growing pains and getting our guys tighter and being better."
Toronto Wolfpack haven't played a game since March 5 however with their future up in the air the 33-year-old has been doing his best to stay fit.
"It's only been the last month really that we knew we definitely weren't playing again for Toronto so I was still training as much as you can in isolation - a few prison cell workouts in the garage at home with the whole lockdown thing over there you are not able to leave your premise," McCrone said.
"We were lucky enough we lived in a house with a bit of a front yard and some lawn for the kids to run around and a driveway to do some exercise in.
"When we got back here (to Australia) I packed a skipping rope and some exercise bands and have been trying to get up as much of a sweat as I can."