Paul Anderson believes the improving Huddersfield Giants form of Ryan Brierley is one of the few positives his club can take out of their current Super League plight.

Huddersfield remain rock bottom of the top-flight table after slumping to their ninth defeat from 10 at Hull FC.

But while Anderson has conceded the Giants are digging themselves even deeper into a hole and are desperate to secure a second success of the campaign at home to leaders Warrington on Friday, he does feel Brierley’s growing form is something that needs to be recognised.

“Ryan’s getting better with every game he plays for us,” said Anderson, who has picked the former Leigh scrum half at full-back for the last three of his first four games for Huddersfield.

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“It’s obviously not been an easy introduction for him here. He’s come into a team that’s struggling for form and has spent the last three games playing in a position he’s never played before – and in the space of just a couple of weeks.

“That’s what you call being thrown in at the deep end.

“But he’s definitely starting to show he’s got something to offer.

“He’s getting a lot more comfortable, and once we get his fitness up and we’re able to spend some quality time with him coaching the art of full-back play, we know he’ll be a fantastic asset.”

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