HUDDERSFIELD Giants captain Chris Thorman has made it clear no Super League side can expect an easy ride when they visit the Galpharm Stadium.
Warrington become the first club to visit the stadium in Super League XI this weekend.
The wounded Wolves will be desperate to put on a good show after their shock 24-6 home defeat to Salford City Reds.
But Thorman knows they can expect few favours from his club on Sunday.
"In days gone by, clubs used to look forward to coming to the stadium," said the talented 25-year-old stand-off.
"But this is a different era now.
"Clubs know that when they come to Huddersfield they will find it tough.
"We want to make the Galpharm into a fortress, and we're getting there.
"We want to send out another clear signal to everyone in Super League that this is a tough place to come and play.
"That process gets under way this weekend with the game against Warrington.
"When they came to our place in August last year, we gave them a very rough and had virtually sewn up the game by half-time (his side led 24-6 at the break before finishing 38-22 winners).
"So, we're hoping it's a similar story this weekend.
"And we are confident it will be."
A crowd of just 4,077 turned up that day, which club officials admitted at the time was disappointing.
But all the signs suggest there should be far more this weekend, which Thorman believes there should, given all the hard work the club have been putting in to promote the fixture.
"I've been really impressed with the club's strategies to get more people down to the game," continued the Newcastle-born star.
"We've been involved in some exciting promotional work, and the mood among the fans seems positive.
"On Monday, for instance, a lot of our season-ticket holders were invited to the club to have their picture taken with the squad.
"All the fans were excited and were looking forward to coming on Sunday after our effort at Leeds at the weekend. The signs are looking very encouraging."