IN-FORM stand-off Kevin Brown believes the Giants will keep their feet on the ground after his side chalked up another eye-catching victory.
Huddersfield maintained their superb start to the season with an eight-try 42-16 Challenge Cup triumph at Harlequins to book a place in tomorrow’s fifth-round draw.
That success at The Stoop followed on from five Super League wins from seven top-flight starts.
But Brown knows his side can’t afford to get too carried away at this stage.
“There’s no doubt this has been a fantastic start and everyone is full of confidence,” said the 24-year-old.
“But we’re keeping our feet firmly on the ground.
“The effort’s great and we’re all prepared to work as hard as we possibly can for each other, which is something Browny’s helped to bring in.
“But we all know there are still many areas of our game that have to improve, as this game at Quins has shown.
“Even though it was a good win, it was far from perfect, but at least we’re through to the next round.”
And Brown will be as determined as anyone within the Giants camp to see his side go all the way to Wembley.
The former Wigan ace missed out on a place in Huddersfield’s Challenge Cup final side of 2006 as he was Cup-tied following his mid-season switch from the Warriors.
It was something he admits was tough at the time, and he would like to avoid a repeat in the future if at all possible.
“I was lucky enough to play in a Cup final with Wigan in 2004 and it was obviously a fantastic experience,” he added.
“So it was tough not to be out on the pitch with the boys two years later.
“I’ve managed to get over that big disappointment now, but there’s no doubt I would love to play in a final again with Huddersfield.
“It’s obviously still early days, but we’ve definitely made a great start to this year’s competition.”