NATHAN BROWN has demanded a positive response from the Giants in the wake of Saturday’s 34-6 Super League defeat to champions Leeds Rhinos.
Huddersfield head to Warrington Wolves on Sunday desperately looking to get back on track after suffering their biggest defeat of the season.
The Leeds’ loss meant the Giants slipped back down to third in the League ladder, with the Rhinos taking their prized position just behind leaders St Helens.
And Galpharm chief Brown is keen to see a positive reaction to the setback from all of his side as they seek an eighth win from their opening 11 fixtures.
"A fair few blokes were a bit down with the way things went against Leeds," said Brown. "The key now is the way in which everyone responds to what happened on Saturday night.
"It’s going to be a good test against a Warrington side coming off the back of a good win last Friday night (58-22 at Bradford Bulls).
"So it’s important we keep doing what we’ve been doing well and improve in the small areas where we know work still needs to be done. That’s the key for us."
Brown has the option of fielding an unchanged side, should he wish, after all 17 players in action against Leeds reported back to training free from injury.
But the Giants head coach may well look to bring back winger Martin Aspinwall and hooker Shaun Lunt for the trip to Warrington.
Those two missed out against Leeds, but are fit to play.
However, second-rower Andy Raleigh is still expected to be another week away from making a return, although the club are still waiting for the results of a precautionary scan on his knee injury.