ANY chance of a Giants' Challenge Cup semi-final defeat hangover?
Not on your life!
Instead, Huddersfield produced the perfect response to losing heavily to St Helens in the Cup by rattling up another superb Super League success.
And it was arguably their best of the campaign so far.
The 26-10 Wigan win at the McAlpine is also a main contender.
But look at the facts of yesterday's stunning win.
For starters, the character the Giants had to show in first picking themselves off the floor following last week's Cup defeat and then twice having to come from behind to beat the Wolves was impressive in itself.
However, on top of that, this was achieved on the back of another week of disruptions on the injury front.
The longer the week progressed, the clearer it became that neither hooker Darren Turner (knee) nor winger Marcus St Hilaire (calf) would be available.
Then, in the final training session on Saturday, influential prop Mick Slicker pulled up with a quad muscle injury and was immediately ruled out.
Not that such dificulties were reflected in the way the Giants performed.
Admittedly, the visitors did take a little while to get into their stride, and after 16 minutes they were 8-0 behind after conceding a try to hooker Jon Clarke and two Lee Briers' goals.
Yet the introduction of Eorl Crabtree helped the Giants step up another gear.
Huddersfield had already had their moments, with Warrington having been forced to drop-out and Chris Nero and Brandon Costin both having an early sniff of the tryline.
But it was the boost provided by Crabtree's introduction that was the real turning point.
The powerful 21-year-old has made a habit of injecting new life into the side when he has been brought off the bench.
And against the Wolves on his side's return to the Halliwell-Jones Stadium just a week after the semi-final exit, he produced his best yet.
Within minutes he was proving a massive thorn in the Wolves' side and by the 26th minute the Giants were in total control.
A Paul March penalty in the 21st minute had opened the Huddersfield account and two minutes later Crabtree was at the heart of his side's opening try.
His strong midfield burst ripped open the Warrington defensive line and, after feeding Ben Roarty, Stanley Gene was on hand to raced clear and feed Julian Bailey close to the line to plunge over.
March converted and it was all square.
And three minutes later he was converting again after Roarty stormed through some tired tackles to score under the posts.
O'Hare was then denied a try when his pass from Bailey was ruled forward before Warrington struck back just before the break.
That came courtesy of Briers' lovely delayed pass that enabled Jerome Guisset to race through for a converted score to leave the scores level at 14-14 at the break.
Both sides had early chances to regain the lead before the Wolves made the breakthrough as Dean Gaskell collected Briers' kick to the corner to score and then the stand-off added the extras.
The Giants survived a major scare minutes later when it was adjudged Ben Westwood had patted a Briers' bomb in a forward direction, which had been the key to Gaskell running through to score.
That was the moment that sparked the Giants into life.
With Warrington beginning to tire as a result of their tough 22-22 midweek draw against Bulls, Huddersfield sensed this could be their moment.
Twice Warrington were forced to drop out before the Giants drew level with 12 minutes remaining.
Jim Gannon took the ball to the line and Sean Penkywicz moved in to acting half-back to feed Crabtree with the perfect pass to plunge over for a deserved first try of the season.
March's conversion made it 20-20.
And three minutes later the Giants regained the lead.
A Penkywicz kick to the corner made it possible, forcing Warrington to drop out for a fourth time.
That created the position for Gene and Paul Smith to combine to send Nero racing in for what turned out to be the winning try in a cracking contest.
* It was also a good day for the Giants Junior Academy side as they qualified for the Championship competition after winning 39-26 at Featherstone Rovers.