That's the focus for proud coach Jon Sharp this week as the Giants aim to pile on the misery for Warrington Wolves in their first Galpharm assignment of Super League XI on Sunday (3.00).
Sharp watched his brave Giants give Leeds Rhinos a tough Super League examination in yesterday's top-flight opener at Headingley and insists his squad can't wait to get to grips with Warrington, who suffered a shock 24-6 defeat to Salford.
The Giants produced their most accomplished performance at the Rhinos in the Super League era before falling to a 20-12 defeat.
But while the Great Britain assistant coach admits his players were disappointed to be beaten, they are already relishing the chance to get off the mark in front of their own fans at the stadium.
"I'm proud of the way my players performed yesterday," said Sharp, whose side's points came from tries by Albert Torrens and James Evans and two Chris Thorman penalties.
"We went there believing we could win and were disappointed we didn't. The next best thing is to lose knowing the team put in a good performance, and that's what we did.
"The heart and endeavour put into the defensive effort has filled me with pride.
"With the pressure Leeds put us under in the second half, it would have been easy for a side to cave in and concede 40 points.
"We didn't, we kept going and in the end we finished strongly.
"We know we need to sharpen up on our offence, and that's what we'll be working on.
"The boys are already looking forward to getting back onto the field to face Warrington on Sunday and to get it right. They can't wait."
The Headingley crowd of 16,119 was the biggest of the weekend.