KEN DAVY is looking at the passion of the fans to inspire a Giants revival.
And he has ruled out any knee-jerk reaction to the Super League club's mid-season slump.
Huddersfield travel to Harlequins on Saturday (6.05) determined to end a run of four top-flight defeats.
That tough Easter spell has left the Giants four points adrift of a play-off place, with some fans voicing their disillusionment.
But the Galpharm chief believes now is the time to show a united front, both with the Giants and their bid to get back into the play-off mix and Town in their final push for promotion.
And Davy is looking at the clubs' passionate fans to play the central role.
"Neither Town nor the Giants look for the quick fix or sacrificial lambs to solve problems," said Mr Davy, who is chairman of both clubs.
"The clubs are striving to create a long-term future of stability and success.
"It is something I am sure all our loyal supporters can appreciate.
"And, right now, I want to praise the passion the Giants fans are showing for the club at this challenging stage of the season.
"Unfortunately, one of the downsides of that passion is that it's terrific when it's going well, but when things become more difficult that passion makes it a lot tougher.
"Obviously, the board of any club and chairman have to balance that day-to-day passion with the long-term interest of a club.
"And, just like the time when we were relegated under Tony Smith, we didn't sack him.
"Equally, when some fans were baying for the blood of Peter Jackson at Town we stayed calm, and that's no different now.
"I believe Huddersfield sports fans can be proud of the quality of management we have at both clubs.
"They all work extremely hard and are putting the foundations in place to continue to take Town and the Giants forward.