DEPARTING Giants star Jamie Bloem is ready to re-double his efforts and make tomorrow's home Super League clash against Warrington Wolves (8.00) a night to remember.
Bloem, along with Steve McNamara and Jarrod O'Doherty, will be playing their final Giants games at the McAlpine Stadium in the Sky-televised clash.
But whereas McNamara will be moving to take up a coaching position at Bradford Bulls and O'Doherty is heading home to Australia, Bloem's future is unclear.
Despite tentative talks with several clubs, including Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, the South African captain has yet to land a new deal and is looking at tomorrow's big clash to convince someone to take him on.
"I've got two massive reasons for wanting to lead the Giants to a big victory tomorrow night," declared the 31-year-old.
"First, I want to win for my teammates so we can keep our play-off hopes alive and sign off our home campaign as strongly as possible.
"But, secondly, as the match is on Sky it's another chance for me to put myself in the shop window and gain some future security for my family. I have no deals on the table.
"Ideally, I would have loved to have stayed with the Giants, I've made no secret of that. There's no question this has been my most enjoyable season ever.
"Unfortunately, the club has made up its mind, and their policy is to bring in younger players who will be around for the next few years. At 31, that rules me out.
"I know there are a lot of fans who have made it clear they would like me to stay, and that means an awful lot to me.
"But the club is bigger than one player and I've just had to accept the decision."
Bloem has been one of the most solid and consistent performers for the Giants this season, and has set his heart on going out with a bang tomorrow night.
"I've loved every single minute of playing for the Giants at the McAlpine and I'm desperate to go out in style," he added.
"I don't want to finish such a fantastic home campaign with a defeat,"