DEFIANT Giants coach Jon Sharp intends to redouble his efforts in his bid to arrest his side's current Super League slump.
Saturday's 34-18 home reverse to Warrington made it one win in the Giants' last five top-flight outings, including the defeat at bottom club Castleford eight days ago.
With Wakefield suffering a shock 25-24 defeat at Widnes yesterday, Huddersfield still keep their hold on the final play-off spot by two points.
But Sharp admits his side's current trend of suffering second-half fade-outs has to stop if that play-off spot isn't eventually ripped from his side's grasp.
"It's a concern and does need addressing," said Sharp, who also confirmed over the weekend that centre Julian Bailey will be leaving at the end of the season (full details on page 38).
"Over the past few months, even in the games against the top sides, we've looked good in large chunks of the game.
"But we've been unable to sustain it throughout and ended up paying the ultimate price.
"It is a problem that needs sorting out as quickly as possible, and everything will be done to make sure that this is achieved."