LEE GILMOUR is focusing 100% on finishing his time at the Giants on a high.
The 34-year-old former Great Britain back-row forward will join Castleford Tigers at the end of the season after agreeing a two-year deal.
That will bring the curtain down on a three-year stay at the Galpharm Stadium.
Gilmour has enjoyed the two-and-a-half seasons he’s already had at the Giants, and he’d love to savour a successful end to his time at the club.
“My time here has been brilliant. The fans have been great and the club is moving in the right direction,” said Gilmour, who is set to retain his centre spot at Hull FC tomorrow after impressing in the position during last week’s 46-10 home triumph over London Broncos.
“The next step is bringing silverware back to the club, and that’s something that’s getting closer.
“All being well, it’ll happen before I leave, which I know it can. Yes, I’ll look forward to going to Castleford next year, but there’s still a lot of rugby to be played at the Giants before I’ll think about that.
“After beating London last weekend we’d like to think our slump has come to an end, and we’d obviously like to win at Hull FC tomorrow and use that as a springboard for the rest of the season.
“You know you’ve always got a chance if you stick together. It’s when everyone starts going in different directions that you’ve got the problems.
“That’s not happened at the Giants. We’ve all been pulling together and have complete faith in each other.
“We’re still in with a great shout of securing a top-four finish and we’ve got a Challenge Cup semi-final just around the corner.
“I’ve every confidence that my last few months at the Giants can be a great success.”