CONFIDENT Giants coach Jon Sharp is determined to see his side pass their latest screen test and silence the doubters.
Huddersfield entertain Hull in front of the Sky TV cameras tonight (8.00) in a battle between two in-form Super League sides.
Sharp was bitterly disappointed with the way his players froze on their last television appearance 12 days ago when they were heavily beaten 46-6 by St Helens in the Challenge Cup semi-final.
And, boosted by the return of fit-again Mick Slicker, the Giants chief is determined to show the wider rugby league public that the Giants really do mean business.
"There were one or two who set about knocking us for the way we played against St Helens in the Cup," said Sharp.
"Admittedly, it wasn't one of our greatest days, but on the form Saints showed they would have scored 40 or 50 points against almost anyone. They were white hot.
"But the best way to silence the critics is to put that right on our next screen appearance.
"That comes tonight with the visit of Hull to the McAlpine.
"We demonstrated we had the character to bounce back from our big Cup disappointment with the excellent win at Warrington.
"Now I want us to back that up with another good performance in front of the Sky TV cameras."
But Sharp is aware Hull pose a massive threat and come to the McAlpine in top form.
They thrashed Salford 82-6 on Sunday and pulled off a stunning 26-18 triumph at Bradford Bulls in their last away game.
"Only our best will be good enough against Hull," added Sharp.