DELIGHTED Iain Morrison will look to repay the faith shown in him by Giants coach Jon Sharp by making Super League X his best ever.
The 21-year-old Scotland international second-row forward has today been handed a new one-year contract, despite his season having been wrecked by injury.
A series of injuries have restricted him to just nine Super League appearances, six of which have been from the bench.
But head coach Sharp is prepared to give him another chance.
Former London Broncos forward Morrison said: "This season I've been sidelined with injuries to my calf, my knee and my sternum and also had to sit out a couple of weeks with concussion.
"But Jon told me to keep my head up and made it clear that if I kept working in training he would be willing to give me a chance.
"He's been true to his word, and now it's up to me to repay the faith he's shown in me by playing better than ever next year.
"And I know that only my best will be good enough, because Jon's assembling a side that should be even more competitive in Super League X.
"Next year should be more exciting than ever."
Several other Giants' squad men have yet to secure new contracts, but club officials are keeping individual details close to their chests.
That's because current contracts are still in operation until November, with decisions on whether to extend the deals still being discussed.