GIANTS new boy James Evans insisted the 40-18 scoreline was the only negative of the Super League clash at Wigan.
The former Canberra man grabbed his first try for Huddersfield yesterday - and reckons it won't be long before the play-off hopefuls are firmly back on track.
"If we can stage a comeback like we did with so many key players missing, think what we can do with a full unit," said the 25-year-old, who was making his second Giants appearance after playing five times for Canberra earlier this season.
"You can't lose your half-back (Paul March) as early as we did without it having an effect, and we reorganised well.
"Jon Sharp gave a great half-time speech and got us sorted out again and early in the second half we had a tiring team on the rack with a really strong fightback."
That included a 47th-minute try for Evans, who squeezed over in the left corner after slick passing with Paul White.
"Whitey made a great break, and while their full-back (Kris Radlinski) positioned himself very well, we had the numbers and it was a case of passing between us until one of us could make that break.
"It was a great feeling toget the first try out of the way and now I want more!"
Huddersfield were within four points of Wigan before the game swung back to the home side after Stanley Gene was penalised for trampling on Adrian Lam.
"As far as I'm concerned it should have been the other way," said Evans.
"The guy has got to get out of the way. What was Stanley to do. Walk 10 metres further upfield and play the ball?"