The Giants are yet to win a game, and head into Friday’s game with Widnes bottom of the Super League table.
“There is clearly pressure, because nobody’s happy with the start we’ve made. That’s the nature of the beast,” said Anderson, according to the Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
“But my shoulders are pretty broad and big enough to absorb that pressure, and make sure we keep the players going in the right direction.
“We obviously hadn’t planned to lose our opening three games.
“But when you think two of those are probably going to be two of our toughest away fixtures of the season, it’s not the end of the world, particularly as it would have taken very little for those results at Leeds and Wigan to have gone our way.
“We all still have complete faith in each other, and we know that once we get that first win – hopefully this Friday – we’ll be okay.”