The Galpharm chief answers the questions put by RL writer Chris Roberts.
But as well as playing well, he pulled up with no problems at all, and we’re looking forward to him having a strong second half of the season.
And Greg was just as impressive as Sam Tomkins at full-back on the night, and that was quite some achievement when considering how much more dominant Wigan were on this occasion.
So how much is everyone looking forward to putting things right against Salford at Magic Weekend at Manchester on Sunday?
Everyone is ready to go and really looking forward to it.
The No1 priority is obviously to put in a far more accomplished performance and get back to winning ways after suffering two losses to two very good teams over the past month.
But we’re also looking forward to putting in a big display on what is a very big stage.
Everyone here is really excited about playing at the Etihad Stadium, the home of new Premier League champions Manchester City.
It’s a fantastic venue and, all being well, it’s a ground that will help bring the very best out of us.
But I also hope it proves to be a wonderful occasion as well.
I’ve made no secret of how big a fan I am of the Magic Weekend concept, and whoever came up with the idea at the RFL deserves a huge pat on the back.
I know it’s all about taking Super League games on the road, and Manchester isn’t that far down the road from most of the teams!
But in these tough financial times, that’s probably no bad thing and hopefully it means there’ll be big crowds on both days.
The weather forecast is also looking pretty positive, so the thought of seeing really big turn-outs would be the icing on the cake.
For the Giants it’s Salford City Reds. How highly do you rate them?
Very highly. Phil Veivers is doing a very good job.
From an attacking point of view they are really threatening.
They’ve got some good halves, a great full-back and a lot of pace out wide.
Daniel Holdsworth, Matty Smith and Luke Patten make a formidable triangle and both centres are threatening and both wingers are very quick. That is a dangerous team.
Your forwards need to play well against their forwards, otherwise they can cause you all sorts of problems.
I’ve also been impressed with the way Stephen Wild has been playing there since he left the Giants at the end of 2010.
In fact, he’s playing as good as I’ve seen him play. The captaincy has obviously agreed with him and taken him to another level. He was one of my favourite players when I coached him and was always first on my team sheet. He’s one of the best defensive players I ever seen.