Mercedes left Bahrain with the fourth quickest automotive behind Crimson Bull, Aston Martin and Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton was fifth, whereas George Russell was seventh after being crushed by Lance Stroll.
The W14’s lack of pace has drawn uncommon criticism from Hamilton, whereas Wolff has hinted that Mercedes could have to modify to an all-new idea automotive later within the season.
Talking forward of this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Wolff stated: “Our efficiency in Bahrain didn’t reside as much as our expectations. However that is the place we’re in and it is already full steam forward on the automotive, figuring it out and dealing to place it in a greater place. It’s an thrilling problem for all of us.
“Since Bahrain, we now have had open and trustworthy discussions from which we now have began to plan our struggle. Within the quick time period, don’t neglect something within the seek for efficiency. In the long term, focus our improvement to find out how we are going to on the brow.
“I’ve already felt the vitality and dedication of the manufacturing unit and I do know that it’ll proceed to maneuver ahead.”
Wolff revealed that Mercedes could be introducing a variety of “small developments within the automotive” in Jeddah.
“Something can occur in motor racing, so we might be working in Jeddah to maximise each a part of our efficiency, chasing each level, each place and each millisecond,” he added. “It is one of many nice strengths of our crew of drivers with Lewis and George. We’re racers and provides it our all, each time we hit the monitor.
“This weekend in Saudi Arabia, we are going to be taught extra about W14, its traits and its limitations. It affords a really completely different take a look at to Bahrain, and it will likely be attention-grabbing to see how the automotive reacts. We’re making some small developments to the automotive: they will not be a sport changer, however they will begin to transfer us in the fitting path.
“And we are going to do the whole lot we will to create alternatives and hopefully give a greater picture of ourselves than in Bahrain.”