BEWARE the wounded Warrior!
That's the message from Robbie Paul (right) as the Giants prepare to face Wigan at the JJB Stadium tomorrow night (8.00).
While Huddersfield go into the engage Super League XI clash on the back of a 26-20 triumph over Warrington, the Warriors are looking to avoid a third defeat on the trot.
If the Giants were to win, it would be the first time since 1985 that Wigan have lost their three opening games in a season.
And Paul knows that avoiding such an unwelcome 21-year statistic will be a high priority.
"Wigan are a club with a lot of pride and they won't want to give up the points tomorrow night without a real fight," said the 30-year-old Giants scrum half.
"You know it's always going to be tough when you travel to the JJB Stadium.
"And having been beaten by the French side Les Catalans in round one and then losing at home to Leeds last Friday, they will be even more determined to win tomorrow night.
"It's up to us to make sure they don't get their way.
"We showed a lot of promise in our performance against the Wolves on Sunday, and our aim is to build on that.
"That's our sole priority.
"We won't be worrying about Wigan, but we're aware their start to the season makes them even more dangerous."
Hooker Brad Drew remains the only doubt from the Giants side that secured that first win of the season against the Wolves.
He is continuing to receive intensive treatment on the deadleg he suffered during the game, with head coach Jon Sharp rating his chances of playing at 50-50.
"Apart from Brad, everyone is looking good and is ready to play," reported Sharp.
"Brad is a major injury doubt, but we'll leave the final decision until as late as possible."