SCOTT GRIX knows his best is yet to come in his new Huddersfield Giants’ role.
The former Huddersfield full-back has spent the opening five rounds of Super League XVII playing as a half-back.
It’s a role the 27-year-old is enjoying, helping him form the main attacking spark with Kevin Brown, Danny Brough and Luke Robinson.
But even though Grix has helped the Giants win four of their games to earn third spot in the table, he knows there’s still work to do before he reaches his full half-back potential.
“I’m really enjoying it,” said Grix, who will come up against former club Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium on Sunday.
“We’re only five matches into the new system, and I think it’s going fine so far.
“But I also think it’ll get a lot better the more games we play.
“There are times when our attack is still a bit scratchy and that’s something we’re working on.
“With a bit of luck it’ll continue to get better, and I’m really excited about the prospect.
“We’ve already shown this season we’re capable of scoring some fantastic tries, and against some of the top sides.
“So things are looking good at the moment.
“But we know we can’t afford to get too carried away.
“Our only focus this week is going to Wakefield on Sunday and making sure we’re better than we were against Saints.
“If we do that, then we know we’ll give ourselves a chance.”