GIANTS star Stanley Gene has two massive reasons for wanting to beat former club Hull in Sunday's Super League showdown at the KC Stadium (3.15).
The 30-year-old admits the painful memories of last season's 34-6 defeat at Hull are still fresh in his mind.
On top of that, Gene has revealed he is still smarting over having his `try' disallowed against Hull at the McAlpine earlier in the season when the Giants were beaten 20-0.
And he is looking to respond to the setbacks by inspiring the Giants to victory against third-placed Hull and strengthen his club's own play-off bid in the process.
"It's going to be tough at Hull because they are playing with a lot of confidence," said the popular Papua New Guinean.
"If we don't keep on our toes, they'll make us suffer.
"Unfortunately, that proved the case when we played at the KC last season.
"To be honest, Hull gave us an absolute hammering and I know all the boys who played there that day and will be there again on Sunday are desperate to erase that painful memory.
"But I'm also desperate to beat them because of what happened at the McAlpine earlier in the season.
"I thought I'd scored a genuinely good try and I couldn't believe the video referee ruled it out for double movement.
"If that try had stood, I believe we would have gone on to win the game.
"As it was, that match proved to be the first one against Hull when I didn't score a try. That hurt, especially given all the circumstances.
"But just moaning about it doesn't achieve anything.
"The best way to respond is to put it right next time, and that means Sunday."