Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown is looking for his side to return to form for their mouthwatering clash against St Helens on Saturday.
The Giants have stumbled of late, losing to both Crusaders and Catalan, and they survived a scare in the Challenge Cup against Batley at the weekend.
Brown said: “After such a good start to the season, we’ve had a very unfortunate month, and it’s a case of taking the necessary steps to make sure we can get back to our best as quickly as possible.
“We obviously know we can get a lot better. Our performances earlier in the year have shown that. It’s vital everyone starts to knuckle back down to help turn things around, everyone has a part to play in making that happen.”
The Australian finds himself in hot water with the RFL, after they confirmed he has been charged for the comments he made in the aftermath of the win over Leeds last month.
Brown told a press conference that he would encourage his players to take the law into their own hands if the Giants key playmakers were not better protected by referees.