Huddersfield full-back Scott Grix is hoping that his team can take their recent improving form into Friday’s game at Warrington.
The Giants have won their last three games without ever finding their true best form, and Grix is seeking further improvement at the Halliwell Jones.
“They’re a good team first and foremost and we’re going away and that’s always tough wherever you go in Super League,” Grix told his club’s official website.
“We’re trying to make it all about us at the moment. After the last three games it’s a good test for us to go and pick up another two points this week. I expect it to be a good game but I’m confident we’ll come out on top.
“Rather than change what we were doing we’ve just stuck to what we believe in and what we were aiming to do in the first few games when we didn’t come up with the wins.
“It’s a good test to see where we are this week after the momentum we have built up in the recent games.”
Giants coach Paul Anderson is also looking forward to the challenge of facing the Wolves on their own patch.
“We’ve got a good challenge this week and it’s probably what we need if I’m being honest,” he said.
“It’ll be a short turnaround, a real short, sharp focus and we’re really looking forward to it. It’s a good challenge against a team that’s been playing well at the start of the year and likes to play good football.
“We’ve started to be fluent and we’re up there with some of the best defensive teams in the competition at the minute,” added Anderson.
“We’re not too far away, we just got to keep building and working hard – that’s the key for us.”