THERE are fresh doubts today over the Giants' ability to sustain a play-off challenge after suffering another heavy Super League loss at St Helens last night.
Huddersfield's 50-10 defeat was their seventh in nine games.
It still leaves the Giants hanging on to the sixth and final play-off spot.
To lose that, closest rivals Wakefield must win at leaders Leeds Rhinos tomorrow, which is not expected to happen
But with Huddersfield entertaining the Rhinos next Sunday (4.30) and Wakefield at home to Castleford, the balance of power could soon be about to shift to the Wildcats.
However, Giants coach Jon Sharp is refusing to get dragged into the play-off debate and is instead focusing on how to start picking up the results and the performances.
And he believes he has the players who can do it.
"Saints put us under a real amount of pressure last night and we struggled to handle them," he admitted.
"But in the second half I think everyone saw the spirit and commitment that exists within this squad.
"It is these qualities which will help us turn things around."