Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson has brushed off any claims his club is in crisis after winning just one of their last eight games.
Huddersfield suffered their fourth defeat on the trot last night after going down 30-6 at Hull FC.
It was a defeat that threatens their place in the top eight going into the busy Easter schedule.
But Anderson remains confident his players will turn it around and they will get back to the form that helped them win the Super League Leaders’ Shield last year.
“This is a tough period for us, but there’s certainly no crisis here,” he said.
“We all remain confident in what we’re doing.
“There’s not one bad player in this squad, and we know our time will come.
“And that will come when we stop giving the ball away all the time, which was once again the case last night.
“If you keep losing the ball, you’ll keep losing the energy battle, that’s a big failing of ours.
“As soon as we get back to doing the fundamentals right, it’ll change for us.”
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