BRAD DREW believes that once the Giants break their Super League duck they will go on a roll.
Huddersfield travel to Leeds on Sunday (3.00) still searching for a first victory of the season after three failed attempts.
Drew admits the Giants are still smarting from their shock home defeat to Hull KR in their last League outing 11 days ago.
But he knows their time will come.
"We've known all along that anyone can beat anyone in this competition," said Drew.
"But it's not very nice when you're on the receiving end of one of the scorelines that goes and proves that point. In fact, it hurts.
"Everyone was expecting us to beat Hull KR, so it hit us very hard when we didn't.
"Yes, it was very disappointing, but there's no way we're going to panic.
"We know we're a good team, and we know what's required to fix things up.
"Once we sort the little things out, and get that first victory, we'll get on a roll.
"And let's hope it's against the Rhinos this weekend.
"It's another tough game but, as I've already said, anyone can beat anyone in Super League this season, so there's no reason why we can't pull it off.
"I know it's not that long since Leeds beat us by 50 points in the pre-season game, but that counts for nothing.
"Hopefully, that result may make them a little complacent.
"If it does, then they could be in for a shock, because we're desperate to make up for our last Super League game."