CHRIS THORMAN is ready to see the Giants bounce straight back!
Huddersfield entertain Hull at the Galpharm on Friday (7.30) still smarting from the 36-18 Super League defeat at in-form Salford five days ago.
That loss came on the back of a week of disruption, with head coach Jon Sharp not able to finalise a side until the very last minute as injuries and illness took their toll.
But with training having gone according to plan so far this week, Giants skipper Thorman is confident his side can get back on the winning track.
"As soon as the Salford game was over, we all wanted to get straight back on the field and put things right," revealed the Giants' goalkicking stand-off.
"We were very disappointed with the way things went that night, particularly after we had chalked up two solid wins in our previous Super League games.
"We see this Friday as the ideal chance to get things back on track.
"That's even more important because we're at home, and we're looking at making all our games at the Galpharm two-point bankers.
"As far as we're all concerned, there's no reason why that can't be achieved this Friday.
"Last week proved to be a difficult one, with injuries making it very difficult for Jon to sort his side.
"But things have gone a lot more smoothly this week, and hopefully that will be reflected in our performance against Hull.
"Everyone is looking in a far better shape, and we are aiming to get a good win under our belt to help strengthen our position in the top six."